Tiny like bumps on vaginal opening. Is it harmful?

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I’ve previously had a yeast infection. I took medication to treat it along with some cream (canesten). It worked. it stopped the itching. but sometimes it becomes a little itchy/irritated now and then.

I’m worried that the yeast infection may have resurfaced but not as severe as it was before. I’m more so concerned about whether or not i may have VP? There are tiny little bumps along my vaginal opening/labia, they are all lined up. They do not hurt. it does not burn to go pee. when i use certain soaps it becomes irritated.

i was doing research, they look like papillae?

i have had this for quite a few months. and within those months they have spreaded.

My discharge appears to be creamy/white. someone please help me im very concerned.


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    With the different shapes and sizes of them, it looks more like warts then VP to me, i would get them checked out.

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      i have already seen a doctor. they said it is definitely vp. im not sexually active and i do not have any symptoms of genital warts.

      genital warts have a more cauliflower like appearance. mine are more like papillae.

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      genital warts arent always just cauliflower shaped there are many different variants go GW, personally to me id say they look more like genital warts, id for sure seek a second opinion, not all doctors are confident in diagnosing GW, why it is the most common STD as its very oftenly misdiagnosed.

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    okay good, looks like you got it figured out then.

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