• 7 months ago

    Wart or vestibular?

    Hi
    A week ago I saw something in my minor labia, near my opening.
    They were painless.
    I am virgin and never ever had any sexual activities. After a few days they started to disappear but I was worried yet, So I went to Dr and she said it might be wart, but she wasn't sure.
    I saw the pics of vestibular and I think I should have it, but whatever I've read say that they won't disappear on their own.
    Now I am confused and don't know what to do.
    PlZ help :((

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  • 7 months ago
      • 7 months ago
        Hi Just in case you don't know by your answer, read this.

        Vestibulitis is a condition that causes redness and pain of the vestibule. Vestibulitis is an inflammation of this skin and the mucous secreting glands found in the skin. The mucous secreting glands are called the lesser vestibular glands. Vestibulitis may include all the area around the opening of the vagina but is most commonly seen in the lower part.

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      • 7 months ago
        I mean vestibular papilomtose
  • 7 months ago

    RE: Wart or vestibular?

    Hi Yes from doing research yes it looks like a vaginal vestibular if you google those last two words there are images you can look at and lots more info. OK

    Try this link for help. OK

    https://uihc.org/health-library/vulvar-vestibulitis

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      • 7 months ago
        Tnx a lot
        Did you see the pic I attached?!
        I've read a lot about it, but still I am not sure.
      • 7 months ago
        Hi Yes and if you google vaginal vestibulitis and look at the images you see one like yours. OK

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      • 7 months ago
        Thank you.
        So, I think I shouldn't use the medicine Dr gave me to remove warts!
        Shall I?
        Is it bad to use genital warts medicines on them?!
      • 7 months ago
        I'd try the treatment so that you can at least tell your doctor that it doesn't work :) The usual treatment for this is surgical removal ...
      • 7 months ago
        Hi In that link above just scroll down to helpful treatment hints as there are things there that will help you. OK

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