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Weird growths inside my vagina, had an unprotected sex

Hi, I was in the shower just now and was washing as normal and felt some small fleshy pieces of skin inside my vigina that had never been there before. They are like tiny bags much like worts but come off easyly but when I got out the shower I notied that from where I have accerdently knocked them off they where bleeding .. They don t hurt or anything, I m just curious to what they are, if it helps I recently have unpertected sex could it have anything to do with that? Please help?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Apr 2011
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The growth in vagina as you have described seem to be warts.Please get examined by a Gynaecologist and get treated.If it is warts it is a sort of sexually transmitted infection.So get examined and treated and use protection during sex.
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Answered: Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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