This sounds really gross, but occasionally I get small zit type things on my vagina. They are never on the inside, always on the outer lips or close to where the inner ones begin. I know I don't have an STD as I've never had sex, but it freaks me out and I want to know what they are. I think they're harmless, does anyone know?
wow i have the same thing :| and ive had it for a long time .. ive always wondered what it was , ive been tested and i have no stds .. im thinking that it has to do with shaving .. because they do look alittle like in grown hairs
I have a few, I believed it was a pimple or in grown hair. If you are not sexually active then I wouldnt worry to much. Give it some time and it should go away. It took a few weeks to a month for mine to go away. And yes you can get wax at grocery stores. Get some vitamin E to put on after.
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