I have flat dark (kind of gray in color) on
The only cause may be warts
Hello dear, welcome to Ask a doctor service.
I read your query and here is my advice.
I think a painless, gray, cauliflower appearance lesion located in outer parts of vagina, is nothing to be than warts. You can send me a photo to reports to confirm diagnosis.
It is caused by a type of sexually transmitted virus called HPV.
The only sign of this low risk HPV is warts.
It can be treated with podophyllin, or trichloracetic acid applied over them.
Better if applied by doctor but you also can do it at home.
Hope I have answered the question. Let me know if I can assist you further.
I have only been with my husband and I’m confident he hasn’t strayed so I’m not sure how I would have gotten it
Need to get tested for STD.
Hello again dear and thank you for asking again.
I see the photo and it has a bloody sign and flat surface that is not much characteristic of warts . Anyway the acetic acid microscopy can determine better the diagnosis.
I suggest you to get tested for STD.
Warts can even be transmitted by used towls or toilet seers and this may explain your situation.
Let me know if I can assist you further.