Vestibular papillae or warts ???

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Hi, about two weeks ago I noticed some strange bubbles on the inside of the vagina and I immediately went to check.

The gynecologist told me that I had an internal infection, but that those external things were in her opinion caused by the hpv.

Since then I have been in full panic and am still waiting for the results of the pap smear.

I did a lot of research on the internet and saw that in fact, in the case of infections, the normal vestibular papillae could become inflamed (which she did not even consider).

I am attaching some photos to show you how these bubbles have changed in 10 days without applying anything, now they look just like taste buds. What do you think??? I'm desperate.



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    A quick rule of thumb. VP appears symmetrical or in lines, while warts appear randomly placed. If they seem randomly placed it might be warts. If they appear in a line it might just be VP

    • Edited

      Hi, thanks for the reply.

      I show you a picture of the change of the other side always in 10 days, it looks quite symmetrical to me. What do you say?


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      i just got the result after two weeks of anxiety and it was simple candida which caused inflammation

    • Edited

      So a mild yeast infection. Congratulations.

      I'm glad for this result. Good luck in the future Laura.

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