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Itchy bump in the vagina. Could this be a yeast infection or herpes?

Hi I just found a bump in my vagina its itchy and it seems like my vagina starting to get an infection again just got ova a yeast infection and getting ova the flu I did have sex with my partner and now i am worried it could be herpes or genital wards had an std screening done twice but its only been 3 weeks! what should I do?
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there. Warts do not commonly present as 'itchy' lesions. Fungal infection more likely admixed with a bacterial infection. Does your partner have any STD or herpes would be the next logical query; else no need to worry assuming there has been just that partner. Again, to confirm warts, simple home test..dab that region with common white home vinegar..leave on for 10-15 mts..if it turns white, likely to be HPV infection. Also may go in for a serum IgG/IgM test for herpes 1 & 2 ..pretty standard to pick up herpes infection. Treat with a tablet containing 200mg fluconazole-2 gram tinnidazole & 1 tab should suffice. Cheers & do use protection & stay safe!
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