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Small, white, fleshy patch near vaginal opening. On birth control. Causes for symptoms?

i am 25 years old. not many sexual partners, 7. been with the same one for the past 6 years. however he has cheated before and recently. on birth control but not using condoms . i am noticing a small white fleshy patch near the opening of my vagina . not a lump or bump just there. almost like its extra flesh. no smell. no itch . any idea?
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Hi there,
Welcome to HCM.
It seems to be a genital wart.These are usually caused by a virus called Human papilloma virus. Get in touch with a dermatologist who will deal with it. Thanks.
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Ophthalmologist Dr. Sushama Suram's  Response
Thanks for the query..
It could be vaginal candidiasis..
Is it associated with excessive discharge?
Better to consult a gynecologist or venereal diseases specialist for proper diagnosis and treatment..
Using birth control pills helps you to prevent pregnancy but using condoms gives you protection against sexually trasmitted diseases also..
Take care...
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