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What do tiny bumps on the vagina indicate ?

Hi, sometimes an area on the top of my vagina is very itchy, I would scratch it then a small pimple like will appear, only about 3 or 2 of them. Then after a few weeks, it will get darken and peel off, but one of these pimple like has a very hard substance that will maintain hard even if you squash it. what could this be? I also found just one of these on my butt and afterwards i also got a same very hard substance. After getting that substance the skin will have a small hole then later will heal and become a scar. The substance doesn t have any smell, it has a very dark shade of brown color and it s very hard. the size will only range as big as the small ball point if a pen. Should i be worried? help please.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Apr 2011
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it look like folliculitis .
do not scratch the lesion
keep area dry and clean
apply antibiotic cream twice a day.
u need not to worry as it is common and harmless condition
if u touch them chance of spreading infection is there
Answered: Fri, 29 Apr 2011
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