Not to be weird or anything, but I am concerned about a reoccurring itching between my labia majora and labia menora. It itches like crazy! I have never had sex in my life, so it can't be an STD. The other day it was itching so bad, so I looked to see what was down there and i saw little white bumps. They didn't look like warts, more like small small pimples. I don't communicate with my parents usually, so I'm not going to bring this up with them. I am just really concerned I have some weird disease or condition or something. It doesn't make sense to me though, because I have never had sex. Every time I try to find an answer on the web, it comes up as genital warts, but the bumps are only on the inside of my labia majora, and they don't look like warts. Any ideas? thank you.
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