Vestibular Papilloma?

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I am very scared that i have hpv or something bad. I have been crying for days. I have been sexually active once, through oral sex. Although my partner does not have any symptoms nor has hpv, as far as I know.

However, the genital warts I have researched look NOTHING SIMILAR like the papules on my labia.

There are growths like this on one labia, small rised bumps which barely are there on the other, and small bumps on the inside. To me, they dont feel connected at the base, except being grown on my labia minora.

The pictures I've seen that look similar look like vestibular papilloma. I have been having extremely mild symptoms of a yeast infection, too. They dont cause pain, unless i really pull or pinch them.

Is this just vestibular papilloma, i have heard it similar to what im experiencing .



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    ive also had some thrush on and off.

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    Yes it definitely cannot be hpv because their is no sign of genital warts and the papillae on your labia can clearly tell its a VP ..and sometimes you dont experience the symptoms like pain when you have VP

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    I think it's VP too. But if you gonna go to a doctor, it would be nice if you shared what they told you. I guess it would be really helpful information for other people finding something similar on their labias.

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    heres an update:

    the obgyn told me that everything was normal and that all vulvas look different. it was indeed the vulvar papille. mine was just more on the edges.

    while i was here i did get other screening, which im sure will ease my mind!

    anyways this is a lesson that taught me i am definitley not ready for sex as i dont know how to emotionally deal with the possible repercussions.

    thank you all!

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