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    white bumps on vagina
    An_254990 posted:
    am 29 weeks preg. ive noticed these little white bumps on the outside of my vagina..they do itch a little but they are very hard and when squeezed do not pop. i was recently diagnosed with tricomonous (however you spell that) so i was wondering if these white bumps could have been caused from the infection. ive taken the antibiotics for trich and these bumps are still there. if anyone can help or knows what im talking about and has some insite please let me know!! thanks
    nreyn3 responded:
    did they screen you for other stds as well? do they blister or break open at all?
    ladynubian responded:
    Sounds like a yeast infection. Pregnancy and antibiotics increase your chances of getting a yeast infection and you're both pregnant and on antibiotics. Definitely check with your ob/gyn but I've gotten YI's from antibiotics and had white bumps along the labia only I wasn't pregnant at the time, it was just a bad YI. Good luck.

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