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Small bumps on labia majora, vaginal lips, recurring condition. Cleaning with alcohol. Treatment?

I have some small cluster bumps that appears on the labia majors lips of my vagina . They just appears with no pain no discharge no side affects. They come in one spot and go away in 3 to 4 days with keepn the area dry and clean and cleaning with alcohol. I have had these pop up on both the right and left side but never at the same time. Can you maybe tell me what it may be?
Asked On : Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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Thank you for query.these may due to viral like herpes or fungus also.More likely herpes if grouped vesicles burning pain symptoms..When active lesions are there then you can take oral acyclovir 200 mg 5 times a day for 5-7 days.Usually the severity and number decrease as days pass by.When no lesions are present to prevent recurrence acyclovir 400mg daily can be taken to prevent recurrence for a period of 6 -12 months under supervision of may need to be examined and investigated by doctor.Please clean the genital area twice daily.Dr Bharatesh
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