What are these bumps on my vagina?

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I am 15 years old and i am sexually active. i've had sex with 4 people so far(not flaunting) The last person i slept with had a friend who had joked and said "dont you have gonnorehha Jacob?" (made up name) and it scared me so much. We didnt use protection but he didn't neccesarily penetrate me just kinda rubbed around. and im scared that this is gonnoreha or herpes. I dont know what to do, I cant go to my parents, please someone help me. image

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    I'm so glad you posted this I have the exact same thing like looks identical to this and I've been with the same sexual parter for years and had a baby and only just noticed this so I actually went to the doctors today and she promised me it was Normal even though I don't think it looks normal I was sure it was herpes or something but she was certain there is nothing wrong with me

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      im a bigger girl I dont know if you are but maybe bigger girls seem to get larger patches? it's just very scary because If i did have anything i couldnt turn to my parents or ask for an appointment.

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    Same her my bf also has many relationships before and he also didnot penetrate just rubbed . And i dont know since when these little guys were there , please share if any more information about this .

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      hi Sara I'm currently 17 and still have not seeked out help from my parents to go to a gyno. I've researched the past 2 years and everything I've come across just says these are fordyce spots. I would've gotten this checked if it weren't for my judgemental s****y ass parents and since I've been celibate just to protect other people incase this isnt fordyce spots.

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