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Blisters in pubic area

About 6 months ago I got  few lone blister looking bumps in my pubic region, they haven't gone away and just stay the same, dont itch, or burn or anything at all and I'm curious if it is herpes or not.  I heard herpes just come in "recurrences" and mine havent gone away (or be dormant or latent or whatever) so I'm just curious what this might be. ? Thanks


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736575 tn?1288902558
As you said, that is not herpes behavior. So, since they do not give you pain, bring them up the next time you go to the doctor.  If you think genital warts are a possibility, then you should make sure you don't let any partners come in contact with these bumps.
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alright i will have it checked out thanks everyone
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736575 tn?1288902558
Bumps indicate many many things.  Without a proper examination or testing, there is no way anyone can guess as to what they may be.  You will have to see a doctor to find out.  They may be warts.  They may be molluscom.  Those can be transmitted sexually.  Then there are diseases of the skin or bacterial infections that may cause bumps.  The possibilities are more than what anyone can guess.  Please see a doctor and follow up here if you can.
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Does anyone know what it might be then since its not herpes?
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1086863 tn?1278630315
google images until you find a close match or something. sometimes people just get weird bumps and pimples.
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