What causes vestibular papillomatosis?
Possibly vestibular papillomatosis
I have gone through your question and understand your concerns. The image you have attached shows a lump at the vestibular region. It does look like a vestibular papillomatosis which is the thickening and folding of the surface of labia minora and vestibular region. It is a benign condition under the the effect of hormonal changes. However genital warts is also a definite possibility though you tried vinegar test and it wasn't positive. In such circumstance I will advocate further testing at a dermatologist office to rule out genital warts.
Once genital warts is ruled out, I would not be worried about this lump. As I said earlier vestibular papillomatosis is a benign condition and it will gradually become normal.
Hope you found the answer helpful. Please do get back for further queries.
Wishing you good health.
Dr Deepti Verma l
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