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Bumps inside vagina lips long time after sex. Reasons?

hi Mia, I am freaking out, I am 15 years old & I've had sex with one person so far & I have these bumps that started appearing recently, it's been a while since I had sex with this person, we used protection, but anyways I have these bumps on the inside of my vagina lips, they don't itch or hurt or anything, they come off the skin.. and I have no idea wha they are...please give me your advice
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Hi,
The swelling inside the vaginal lips are likely to be swelling of Bartholin glands due to some infection/trauma during your first sex.
Though its not hurting at present, it may get swollen,inflammed and painful at later stage.
* to prevent it you need tohave a good genital hygine ,Stop sex till the problem is solved.
* get locally examined,investigated & treated to remove the swellings. You may need antibiotics,antiinflammatory drugs after an experts
( Gynac)advice
* Investigations & treatment of your sex partner is also indicated.
* If there is no result with medicines sometimes surgical removal may be needed.
So PL. hurry up,earlier you start to care,the better chances of cure.
hank you.
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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