• 26 days ago

    Hpv?

    Hi, I'm a senior in high school I recently noticed I have several bumps near my vagina. However I am a virgin. I've never let anyone but me touch down there besides myself.. They're kinda itchy sometimes. How could I have a problem before I've even done anything? It's really bothering me because I have a boyfriend and would enjoy going a little farther than kissing.

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  • 26 days ago

    RE: Hpv?

    But myself touch down there* sorry about the repetition lol
  • 26 days ago

    RE: Hpv?

    Hi If your shaved and can see your skin google Fordyce spots and go to images and see if you match up, it may what you have, and its ok the harmless, as you will see if I'm right and you match up.

    NOWHARD
      • 25 days ago
        : they're itchy though ??
      • 25 days ago
        Hi get some coconut oil and add a few drops of tea tree oil, just mix some in a small container and apply that.

        Just in case its a yeast infection, and yes it could be then do the same as coconut oil loves to fight YI's and win.

        One last thought, have you been shaving recently? this itching could be ingrowing hairs if you have red bumps its where the end of hairs are trapped under your skin, this comes from shaving the wrong way, you always and only shave downwards the way hair grows, its when you go against it you get this problem.

        NOWHARD
      • 25 days ago
        : it's on the inside near my vagina
      • 24 days ago
        Hi So inside now, are you really sure? then they could be female Pearly Penile Papules, just google that and again look at the images.

        NOWHARD
      • 24 days ago
        : they do look like that. I'm going to the dr tomorrow.
      • 24 days ago
        Hi As your see from this small piece of info from PPP guide site, apart from and operation it may be best to just live with them.

        These are benign growths, hence getting rid of them is not really warranted. However, women who will not have any inkling about such growths can get overly worried about it and associate it to some kind of a sexually transmitted disease, thus demanding some kind of a treatment to get rid of them. Such women will initially need some form of support and reassurance to deal with their anxieties and stress. Total excision of the papules via surgery will provide complete cure. This will need to be followed up with regular check-ups.

        so may be best to leave well alone.

        NOWHARD
      • 23 days ago
        : they said that's what they were, thank you.
      • 23 days ago
        Glad I could help, and thank you.

        NOWHARD