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Painless bumps in vagina. Had protected intercourse. Will this spread?

I have a small spread of painless skin colored flat bumps on my top lip of my vagina and i havent had sex or any sexual contact in a month. when i did have sex, it was protected sex. there is no puss or any liquid coming out and its very tiny, almost the size of a regular pimple . but like i said, it is a patch already and im starting to get worried.
Asked On : Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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Hello and thank you for the question.

These bumps are almost certainly something called Molluscum Contagiosum. These are easily transmitted with sexual contact of any kind and caused by a harmless virus. They almost invariably go away on their own and are of little to no concern. The best way to get a firm diagnosis, and to rule out genital warts caused by HPV virus, I would schedule an exam with your OB/GYN. Seeing these in person will almost certainly lead to a firm diagnosis.

I hope that this helps and good luck!

Dr. Tim
Answered: Tue, 25 Nov 2014
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