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Have itchy bumps on vagina. How to remove this?

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I recently have these bumps on the outside of my vagina in between the folds of my leg and my vulva.
They are quite itchy. There are a few bumps that are larger and quite solid.
I have never had this before and it is quite uncomfortable.
They do not hurt, just itch.
They look as if I have a burn almost where it seems the irritation runs into each other
Posted Mon, 20 May 2013 in Vaginal and Uterus Health
Answered by Dr. Kulsoom Qureshi 18 minutes later
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Any new lesion in this area should be taken seriously. It could be be a benign thing like infection or certain vulval dermatoses or could be a precancerous lesion.
Hope you have had pap smears in past & that they were all normal.
The easiest way to deal with this problem is to visit a gynecologist and get yourself examined. Your doctor may make a clinical diagnosis or he / she may request some lab test like biopsy to confirm the clinical diagnosis. Your doctor will then suggest an appropriate treatment to you.
Hope I have given you the desired response. Please write back if you have any question.
Wish you good health.
Best regards.
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