White patches on vaginal opening HELP!

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So just last week I noticed these white booger like bumps on my vagina. You can kind of see a tear as well, I've never seen them before and I'm so confused, can anybody maybe help me understand or maybe even tell me exactly what it is? and also if you guys have experienced this? I have not tried to mess with it also. I do not feel pain or discomfort from it. It does not itch either.

It does not hurt to pee also. image

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    If they are not itching,sore,painful and dont cause any problems with intercourse...assuming you are sexually active...then just ignore them. It looks like Fordyce spots. Maybe some VP. Both are quite harmless.

    Where do you think there is a tear? Bottom left of pic? If you really had a recent tear you would have felt very sore and uncomfortable.

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      It maybe just looked like a tear to me. I started to see these after I stopped having sex. I have not been sexually active since the white bumps appeared. it seems like they are getting more white?

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    maybe warts about to appear

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    Looks like warts

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    what did this end up being ? i have the same thing right now

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    did you ever get rid of them or find out what they were?? im currently going through the same thing and im freaking out

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    Update 06/28/20: I completely forgot about this site sorry!

    The bumps went away on their on own about 2 and half weeks later after my first post. I never figured out what it was. It has not reappeared since! I also have not went to the doctors about it due to covid stuff, but I will update you all if it does happen to come back.

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