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Tiny, itchy bumps in vagina. Sexually active. Need opinion

Okay well my vagina just started itching about two days ago & I thought maybe its just from my hormones acting up because I'm sexually active with my boyfriend but now I feel a tiny little bump that itches but I don't think it's herpies because my boyfriend just got check a month ago and he was fine so what else could it be ?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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Hello
As in your question you have little tiny bump with itching in vagina.
but itching is not usually associated with hormones. so it is not becouse of hormones.
I think it may be associated with fungal infection .
Vaginal wall has planty of secretory glands . so bump may be due swelling of glands.
but for all it needs vaginal examination
so i will advise you to consult to a gynaecologist for examination and evaluation
ok take care
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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