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Small painless bumps?

By Anonymous February 14, 2011 - 9:46pm
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Recently, while going to the bathroom the other day I noticed some small flesh-colored bumps on the actual inside of my vagina. I am sexual activity, but have use condoms properly during sex each time. The bumps don't itch, irritate, or burn in any type of way, so I'm wondering what they could be. Honestly, I think the bumps may have been cause by irritation of the skin during sex since there's also tiny flaps of skin peeling off as well as if the walls of my vagina where torn a little. If anything, I hope it is nothing serious, but I would like another opinion.

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Hi Anonymous,
Thank you for your question. Small bumps could be several different things. If you shave, they could be razor bumps..etc. You did indicate that you have bumps inside the vagina? When you explain inside, would this be actually inside the vagina? I would certainly have a physician look at any possible bumps that you have if you are sexually active.

Condoms are important to use although they are not always 100% at protecting you from all sexually transmitted diseases such as genital warts. I would certainly have the bumps looked at if they do not go away on their own within a couple days.

I hope this helps and could you kindly keep us updated on what your physician tells you?

Good luck,

February 15, 2011 - 6:56am
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