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White spots in the genitals

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Hi im 19 im pregnant with my first child im 26weeks preg. I just took my glucose test yesturday. Today i noticed 2 small white spot on the inside lips of my vagina. Im really worried what this could be? Also i have alot of discharge but that also happens in pregnancy. what could this be? In the begining of my pregnancy i was tested for evrything and all my test were normal.


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replied January 20th, 2009
Sexual Health - Women Answer A5417


It is really hard to say what the white spots are without seeing them. A local inflammation might have occurred. If the spots are not elevated above the rest of the skin then you might want to use an over the counter anti-inflammatory cream for several days. If the spots do not disappear or redness, swelling or itching appears, you might want to schedule a check up with your gynecologist.


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