Hi im 38 yr old. for the last about 7 yrs i have had extremely itchy pimple like white bumps on my vagine. there only on the outside none inside. they itch so bad i scratch them until they bleed. They have popped like a pimple in the past but i keep getting more. i probably have about 20 but only about 2 or 3 itch. i dont burn when i urinate..and it doesnt hurt when i have sex, the bumps arent painful at all.. they very seldom stop itching. please tell me what u think this could be....thank you
I went about 6 yrs ago and had a dr check them out. at that time i only had 2 of the bumps. she did a biopsy and said it was some kind of infected glands. me and my husband are both happily married, only sleep with each other..no one else. but i just dont understand why these things wont stop itching.
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