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Noticed flat, slightly raised bumps around vagina, virgin. They are?

i have noticed two flat, slightly raised bumps around my vagina . no itching or pain. do not look like the photos i ve seen of genital warts . they are about as big around as a small pea. one on each side of my vagina. one closer to the clitoris and the other farther down. i am a lesbian and have never had sex with a man. and haven t had genital to genital contact for 6 or 7 years. any idea what these may be? thank! also...these are skin colored bumps.
Asked On : Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response

Welcome to HCM.

IT COULD BE EARLY furuncles (small abscess) or may be due to hair folliculitis as you ruled out the possibility of genital warts..

You have not mentioned whether it is painful or not. Type of pain. Throbbing in nature or pricking type.

Infection may be caused even by fingering. A course of appropriate antibiotics may need to cure the problem.

You approach your gynecologist and she will help to fix the diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

Get Well soon.

Dr SM.
Answered: Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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