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I have small white bumps at opening of vaginal area. Came up on the 19 of october 2008. what could this be?

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replied November 10th, 2008
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A4837
Current medical status: cervitis
Current medical treatment: hospital er

“White bumps” at the opening of the vaginal area sounds like having a genital infection but can’t say for sure which type.

You need examination by a gynecologist or dermatovenerologist to reveal the precise diagnosis.

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