Random blisters on vagina but tested negative for herpes?

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Hello! I was recently back in February diagnosised with hpv. I had full blood work done and I have no other diseases or infections. I've also not had sex since before the testing. I recently noticed I have two painful blisters, one on the inside of my labia and the other on the other lip. I shave and I've had ingrown hairs but these definitely don't feel the same. They are super uncomfortable. I'm unable to go to the doctor until The end of the week and wanted to see if anyone knew what they might be? And any temporary ideas for pain relief? Over the counters pain killers do nothing. Also, I have extremely bad allergies to pollen and with the pollen, came these blisters, so I am not sure if they are related. I've added pictures below. Thanks for the help.

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    I don't see any pictures..

    But yeah .

    You say you was DIAGNOSED with HPV ? Isn't that herpes??

    Are you in any pain ?

    Burning while peeing ? Discharge or anything like that ?

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    They sound like ingrown hairs..ive had them a few times and the blisters itched badly then were painful. I could barely wipe once broke open and took forever to heal! Sometimes they are just worse than others!
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    They sound like ingrown hairs..ive had them a few times and the blisters itched badly then were painful. I could barely wipe once broke open and took forever to heal! Sometimes they are just worse than others!
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    also i have hpv as well and that has nothing to do with it. Hpv is genital warts that line the canal of the vagina. They are not external. Ive had Hpv for like 20 yrs.
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