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wart like bumps at vaginal opening,hpv tested clean
I have many large wart like growths on the vaginal opening,I thoght I had hpv but my test came back negative. I first noticed some about 7yrs ago and thinking them to be something normal forgot about them.Recently I read a book on womens health and became very worried.The bumps have increased alot, and are emotionaly bothersome.Ive made myself a return appt. to figure this out with my dr. ,but waiting is unbearable.What in the world could this be and can they be removed?
Hi, I too have the same symptoms which I have noticed 5 years ago and became even more pronounced just recently. I will schedule an appointment with my dr. Please let me know how yours went. Best of luck.
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