Hi i am 16 and not sexually active at all I've only kissed a guy a week ago. But for almost 2 or 3 years id get these bumps on my vagina on the lips and the bikini area. They are reddish and have a little fluid inside and are very itchy and painful. I don't know weather its can be a std even though i never had sex. Maybe if my hands could have got a virus from somewhere then i touched my vagina. I usually see the numbs before during or after my period or after i wax. I thought maybe things irritate my skin or waxing but i get it anyways. Sometimes i would pick at it and it cuts and it hurts even more. I am prone to ingrown hairs so i wax instead to decrease the amount and i went to a gyno but i said i wasn't sexually active. She rubbed a Cotten swab on the area but i don't know if he tested for any std's. I want to know if this can be a std cause I'm scared it can be herpes or a hpv virus even though i finished my hpv vaccines
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