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Itching in the vagina with tiny bumps. What is it?

A few months ago my vagina just started to itch . Upon personal searching I notice tiny flesh colored bumps on the opening of my vagina. They did not have pus or anything and were in straight lines. They only itched everyonce in awhile. I still have them but a new thing has apeared. On the inside of my vaginal lip there is a small line of extremely itchy bumps that look like pimples . No other symptoms besides itching and sting when alittle urine is on them. Please help
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi thanks for your question.
The itching which your having inside your vagina colud be due to yeast infection.
The bump which your taking about could be bartholin cyst.Bartholin gland are normally present in vagina and are important for lubrication of vagina.
They get enlaged when there is infection of gland or their duct get blocked.
You need to see a physician to get treatment for your vaginal infection
With treatment of vaginal infection , itching as well as bump will disappear.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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