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Have skin tags near genitals, armpits, after sex. Are they genital warts?

genital warts or skin tags? My partner and I had sex about a year ago, we were both virgins starting out and i can garenty you that, i was wondering id i had HPV . I noticed that around my vagina I had lil skin tag looking things, about 2 of them had very very small white tips, but they were lumpy, they just looked like skin tags, I am very known for having skin tags, i have them under my armpits and a few other places. I have only had sex with one person in my whole life, and same with him. What do u think it could be.
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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Hi,

If you both were virgins, and did not have previous anal, oral or vaginal sex, then, there are little chances the problems of your skin could be warts.

They are more likely to be normal skin sweat or fatty glands.

If you still have doubts, can send to me the photos of your "skin tags" to assist you further!

Dr.Alba
Answered: Wed, 1 Jan 2014
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