Vestibular papillomatosis

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I'm not sure what this is or where this came from, but I just noticed it today. I'm not a virgin, so maybe that has something to do with it? I also am on my period at the moment (toward the end so its brownish), so I'm sorry if some of the images are graphic. imageimageimage

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    Looks a lot like vestibular papillomatosis. I've had bumps like that for years, my consultant said they are normal.

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      They are a type of benign tumor (like moles on the vulva), so they are harmless and there is no need to treat. Men get them too, around the head of the penis - called pearly papules.

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      I've had a few for many years. I find it odd that when you look up vestibular pap online it says they are rare, but there have been so many women on this site posting pictures and panicking about them, I'm loosing track. Also some go to sexual health clinics and gynaechologists who do tests and say they don't know what they are - that is rediculous!

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      really?! wow that really is ridiculous! I'm hoping to see a doctor soon so maybe they've figured it out by now.. lol! I really hope its okay and nothing serious.

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    i have simular did u find out what they are?

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    Did your bumps ever went away?

    And were they itching you? My bumps looks exactly like what you have but I feel like they are getting much worser

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    hi i have the similar kind can anyone tell wat that is

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