What is this? Probably sex related [PICS]

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So I had unprotected sex about a month ago (was a virgin). I took plan B, really messed up my cycle and while on my period the week after it started itching down there, and there was also a tingly feeling when contracting my vag. I checked it out and there was white stuff and white discharge so I concluded it was a yeast infection (I read plan B can cause them) and I treated it at home with coconut oil. While checking the evolution of the infection I spread my labia minora and noticed these bumps on my vaginal opening and near the urethral opening. I've had them for about two weeks now, I don't think they've changed, they don't hurt and my discharge doesn't smell bad. But I do get really itchy some days.

Help please!

 

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    Looks to be like you may have a yeast infection. You should go see a doctor about it just to be sure. Refrain from having sex till you go see your doctor and confirm it's yeast infection and not something more serious. If you have sex again while having the infection it will come back. Similar thing happened to me only I took Plan B twice in one month and it totally screwed up my cycle, seeing my doctor on Thursday. Either way, good luck.

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      Do you think the bumps could be related to the yeast infection? I couldn’t find anything about that specifically.

      Thanks!

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      Those bumps are harmless and normal. Many women have them. They are nothing to do with the yeast infection. I find coconut oil soothes the itching but doesn’t cure the infection. You need to take an oral fluconazole tablet.
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