Weird growths on vagina opening?? Skin tag looking? What is it?

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so about two months ago i noticed these strange growths near my vagina opening (kind of itchy at times). and now i've checked again and more are growing in!

is it hpv or herpes? and how can i remove them?

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    Looks like Hpv genital warts. You need to visit Gynae or Dermatologist to get treatment. Don't try home treatment for genital warts. Your bumps on vaginal opening ( mucous membrane skin ) , home treatment especially Apple Cider Vinegar can cause chemical burn on your vagina. Stop touching the bumps, if it really a warts you will spread it. Get proper diagnose once clinic opened and get treatment for it.

    For now try healthy diet and basic supplements. Stay safe.

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      do you think it's okay to wait it out during all of this corona stuff? i'm worried about it spreading. thanks for your response

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    Those four petal-like projections sure look different. You might wanna have an OBGYN check you out. Hopefully you find help in this corona age.

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    Dear mimi,

    How old are you? Can I also ask if you received the HPV vaccine (Gardasil) as a teenager?

    If you took the full course, you should be protected from genital warts!

    Reason for asking you these questions is because those lumps don't look like genital warts. They just look like normal vaginal mucosa.

    Rgds,

    Adhari

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