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Small skin colored scattered bumps on labia majora, inner leg, bleeding on pricking, using paraguard, monogamous relationship, cryotherapy. Cause and treatment?

There are small skin colored bumps on my left labia majora and close to my inner leg. At first I thought they were infected hairs. There is no hair underneath. They are hard on top and not painful. I started with one. Now have several on left side. They don t itch and when picked there isn t purulent drainage just blood. There aren t any near my vaginal opening. The bumps are not in clusters, not cauliflower like, not chancer like. I am 25, currently using para guard, monogamous relationship. History of abnormal cells on cervix successfully treated with cryo therapy. What are these tiny pumps? How do I treat it?
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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I have gone through your medical history and understood your concerns.

There can be many causes to small skin colored bumps on labia majora, including warts and genital herpes.

I suggest to consult an OG specialist for further evaluation. You might also need to do:
- PCR and HSV Antibody test
- pap smear testing
- if you are also having vaginal discharge, then, should do vaginal swab testing

Depending on the results, specific treatment would be prescribed.
Hope it helped!
Answered: Mon, 31 Mar 2014
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