VP or HPV?

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Sorry for graphic pictures, but I could really use help.

I've been obsessing over this for quite some time.

First doctor said I have condyloma, then I scheduled an appointment for removal of condyloma, but have been said by the other doctor that I don't have anything.

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  • Posted

    have they not taken a test?

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  • Posted

    to me it looks like normal VP but it could be warts

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  • Posted

    didnt you say that doctor was dodgy?

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      Yeah, the first doctor said just by looking at it that I have condyloma. I was in shock and told her that I'm in a long term relationship and had only slept with my bf at the time.

      She than did use a cotton ball soaked in some solution put it there and took it off after a few seconds and said: "Yup. Condyloma."

      I never saw what happened and I was in a state of shock.

      I then went to another clinic to have them removed, but they didn't see condyloma and didn't want to touch anything with laser.

      And that is when I read that she has done that to multiple girls. There was this one girl who literally had the same experience as me, she even told her the same stuff from word to word.

      I don't know anymore. 😕

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  • Posted

    Hello!!!!!!

    vinegar test in external area is as ineffective as hydroxychloroquine for covid19. Keep calm!

    VP for me, because are symmetrical and soft, but I'm still confused. I advise you to do a biopsy.

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