What is this? HPV?

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    Cambiar a españolIn order to update, I went with 4 gynecologists. The first one reviewed me and did not tell me anything about these little balls, the second I mentioned my condition and she said that they were normal, that they are not warts, with the third gynecologist I did the pap smear and she told me that if they are warts of the vph. However, I did not trust his diagnosis since it took a lot of time to review me and issue a verdict, I think he did not know if they were warts or not since he described the diagnosis of a vestibular papillomatosis, he told me the following: they are two lesions of symmetrical papules that are wart-crested warts. As I commented, do not trust your diagnosis. A few days later, a general doctor recommended me to a gynecologist with subspecialty in dysplaces and lower genital tract. I went to the consultation with this gynecologist and she told me that these papillae are not HPV warts. She explained to me that in women everything is glandular and that sometimes those glands get clogged and others grow to compensate and that is those papillae. He told me that if I had symptoms I had to withdraw them, in my case I do not have them but I am also hypochondriacal and seeing them causes me anxiety, so I am going to remove them. Girls, I recommend you not to get carried away by the first opinion of a doctor, look for information and find more doctors who are prepared to give them a correct diagnosis, because many do not know this condition, there are many scientific articles that say that many gynecologists confuse them with warts and many do not know the vestibular papillomatosis.

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