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small papules on my vagina. they are linearly and symmetrica

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two days ago i noticed small papules on my vagina. they are linearly and symmetrically located along both inner sides of my labia minor. they look like vestibular papillomatosis, they are small and skin-colored even though some of them seem a little bit white. some of them itch a little bit when i touch them but apart from that they do not hurt. i'm sure i didn't have them before (they appeared two days ago). are these genital warts? i've been to the gyn and he said that i have nothing to worry about but i'm still very much afraid.

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replied October 18th, 2014
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A49616
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern.

Genital warts are blackish and not in the form of papuples normally. if possible, Please upload a picture of the area to have a better idea of the lesions.

Let me know if you have any query

wishing you best of health


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