this is probably going to be tmi but im just wondering. Okay so i recently became sexually active again with my boyfriend who was a virgin. I had not had sex in a while. The other day i was looking at my labias and i noticed that on my right inner labia minora i have kind of like a line of taste bud looking bumps/ or like tiny and fine lares of color that above the skin. It is not itchy or painful. i dont know if maybe its because i had not had sex in a while and it was a little painful because of lack of lubrication at first, or because its something more serious. Please help
I just found something about it on wikipedia, I have the same things I was so worried that it might be an std but its not, anyway its called vestibular papillae and here is the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hirsuties_papillaris_genitalis the picture of the penis there, the bumps look exactly like mine but in the inner labia. So Im pretty sure thats what it is. Hope it helps :D
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