Since I was pregnant two years ago, I was 7 months and developed two bumps on my labia minora. I was told by my doctor it was not genital warts. Now recently, they are still there, and since having a yeast infection and bacterial vaginosis a month within each other, I have two more right next to them.
I have been examined by another doctor days ago, she assured me they are in NO way genital warts. She said the two I've had are definitely skin tags. As for the others she said they are probably clogged glands. I know they're not warts but I still feel no piece of mind about it. Has anyone else had this? Do the clogged glands or whatever they are go away?? Why is it only happening on the left labia? I also have rigid edges on that one too. Is this just how I am made down there?
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