I have had these three raised small but raised up skin like bumps near my vagina area one on one side and two on another side but not on my vagina I have had them for some months already and just three days ago they started getting irritated and I checked them out and I poped them then blood fluid came out and now two are still kinda raised and one is almost healed up I'm a little scared because I saw a pic off herpes on google and it said it was lesions but they were there for months and I have had tried poping them before a couple months ago and they did not want to pop and they didn't itch or bother me till just a few days ago when they started irritating and I poped them I just hope someone can give me an answer on what they could be I am very much worried thank you
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