Tiny white bumps inside vagina with itching

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For about a week now I've had vaginal itching, usually worse at night and in the mornings. I did some investigating and noticed small white bumps all over my hymenal ring and just inside the vaginal opening. I started the NuvaRing two cycles ago so I thought the itching could be due to changes in hormones. But now seeing the bumps, I wonder if it's something else. image

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    looks like yeast infections , i would suggest you to have it checked by Doc

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    deff a yeast infection and those bumps are also due to yeast infections

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    yeast infections do give bumps, Google it u might see understand it better

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    It looks like a yeast infection to me. But the condition does not usually cause bumps. So if you experience these, you should see your doctor to make sure they are not caused by a more serious condition such as herpes. Bumps resulting from herpes may look like sores or blisters. They usually go along with tingling, burning or itching sensation, and pain during urination.

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    omg! im having the same issue and im freaking out. mine look more like circular bumps and it does itch but its white and doesnt look like herpes and is just inside as far back as i can look on my own. let me know what your doctor says? im also on the nuvaring! this has only happened once before to me though. maybe ill take a break from the ring and see what happens.

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