About one month ago, I noticed a couple of small hard bumps (not white heads) on the inside of my left major labia (they did not appear all at once, but over a couple of weeks intervals). They did not hurt and they were dry (no watery blisters like herpes). They went away in a couple of days.
About two weeks ago, another very big bump on the other side of my labia appeared. This was very painful. I could hardly sit or walk. It was not a sore, just a hard pimple. After a couple of days, it evolved by bleeding (not white head), it hurt a lot, but in a day, it started becoming smaller and painless.
I want to mention that, these bumps appeared after I had skin-to-skin contact with my boyfriend (I am a virgin) and after I started shaving and waxing in the genital area (both events happened in the same time). I also got a Brazilian waxing at a salon just a few weeks before these pimples appeared.
I told my boyfriend about these symptoms and he got screened for a couple of STI
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