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bumps on buttocks, vagina, and between my thighs. scared.

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I'm 17 years of age. I am sexually active. Lately i have been getting this bumps between my thighs and on the bottom of my buttocks. The start off hard and then soften and there's nothing but pus and blood leaking from them. There is sometimes an odor, but it hurts to sit on the ones that are located on my behind. I also receive these bumps on my vagina. The usually occur outside the clitoris, on the lips and at the top below my stomach. Can some please let me know what this may be?? I'm very scared.


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replied October 24th, 2012
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A39828
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

There are few possibilities which can cause these bumps filled with pus and blood.
1)Contact dermatitis occurring to underwears, perfumed toiletries, soaps, detergents, feminine hygiene sprays or deodorant pads.

2)Small warts caused by HPV. The warts appear as raised and sometimes small brown/ black patches that may hurt or itch.

3)Fungal infection causing itchy small flat spots on the vulva.

As you are sexually active possibility of any sexually transmitted infections is high.Consider visiting a Gynaecologist earliest for evaluation so that the treatment can be started accordingly.

Takee care!


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