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Flesh colored bumps with clear fluid in outer labia, no pain or itching, bleed on shaving. Molluscum contagiosum or sebaceous glands?

I have 5 small round flesh colored bumps that appear to have some clear fluid in them on my outer labia . they are not painful nor do they itch . when i shaved over them they bleed a little. my son s girlfriend may have used my razor and bath towel. i was wondering if it could be molluscum contagiosum or are they sebaceous glands.
Asked On : Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dec 2013
The bumps can be of Molluscum contagiosum. But most commonly the bumps are simple proliferation of hair glands which are more pronounced at this region. The only precaution you must follow is not to touch, pinch pop or squeeze any of them other wise it can get infected and can cause complications.
Lastly even if it is molluscum then it will not cause any problem and can be removed easily. It will be better if you can send a picture along with your query.
Answered: Fri, 27 Sep 2013
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