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    RandomPerson22 posted:
    Recently, I noticed that on the sides of my clirous, there are two white dots. They don't itch, burn, sting, or bother me. They just sit there. I have never been sexually active either. Any ideas?
    nohard responded:
    Hi There are 150 forms of a yeast infection, and you don't have to be sexually active to get one, may be best you see your doctor over this one as its rely a visual thing, and yes you cant see us just as we cant see you or your spots.
    So please do go see your doctor for a look see, if you want you can always take an other female with you to be with you at all times.OK
    So Doctor off you go.

    Good Luck

    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi RandomPerson22,

    Here is an article about tiny white bumps that appear on the vagina. It provides a lot of information about causes and classifications of these tiny white dots, but it says that given the multitude of possible causes of bumps or lesions in the genital area, it is important to have them examined by a GYN or other healthcare provider to ensure proper treatment.

    Please be sure to update us once you've spoken to a doctor.

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