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    Is it HPV?
    An_241976 posted:
    I was giving myself a examination after my shower and i opened up my inner labia and saw what appeared to be small tiny taste bud looking bumps that trail down to my vaginal opening there on both sides of my inner labia walls and they lead up to my clit some stand tall and tiny like a vein or something there close together but when i looked up how gential warts look on google picture thats no where near what im looking at there not white and they dont hurt there pink and tiny kinda like tiny flesh moles or something if i mess with the long ones they stand up real stringy and the smaller ones arent really that noticable... i just need a diagnosis.... i never had a papsmere i am sexually active and i had un protected sex twice once last month and once this month ... i'm just now noticing these bumps..were they there all along and are just irritated should i stop shaving so much [oh yeah and i do shave a lot as soon as i see hair down there i shave> could that be the problem... #sorry that this is so long
    FancyMonroe responded:
    maybe its vulvar papillae look and see if the pictures match what you have
    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:

    It could be any number of things.
    There is no diagnosing over the internet. No guessing at this. If you are sexually active you need to see a Gnyocologist and get an exam. Be responsible and get to the doctors.

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