Small bumps near vaginal opening

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Last night I noticed I had a few small bumps near the vaginal opening. They're not painful unless I touch them then it becomes a burning sensation and it'll cause burning when I pee. I have checked photos of genital warts and herpes and none seem to match. Help?

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    It sounds like Herpes, not warts as those don't hurt. It could be some kind of infection. You probably should go to your doctor. Not really something you should guess about afterall that is all I am doing is making an assumption. It could be something that no one ever thinks of as well. So please just get it checked out, because if it is an abcess then it can get serious fast.
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      Herpes are more leison like though correct? These are like tiny bumps about 2 of them not even an inch big. They don't have a cauliflower appearance they're just there. They don't hurt unless it gets irriated...it kind of looks similar to a skin tag. Maybe an allergic reaction? It's in the labia minora area.
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      Well it could be an infected hair folicule, but again just speculating. Best thing to do is have it checked out to see what it is. It may go away on it's own or may require medical intervention. You probably know what you may be allergic to so did you expose the tissue to something that you react to ? 
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      Ok, but the question then is how long do you want to watch things before you decide to go to a doctor. Keep an eye on it if it gets worse of just doesn't get better then you should get it checked out. Also if you are with someone you owe it to them to let them know in case it is transmitted sexually. It may not be the case, but sometimes you don't know and it turns out that it is then you will give it to your partner. My ex had a small abcess in that area and she didn't tell me and I got a nasty staff infection from her. I wound up having to go to the hospital for it. It is the proper thing to do. 
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