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genitial warts?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 29, 2006
  • 05:14 AM

My boyfriend now is my only sexual partner. I am also his only partner. We have had oral sex and mutual masturbation. I recently noticed 3 bumps, they almost look like skin tags, behind my vagina. I am terrified that they are warts, but I am only 17 so I am scared to tell my mom. The past two times after he has fingered me, I have bleed. One of those times was from my pee hole. I have NO odor or unusual discharge. Is it possible to catch warts from someone that has never had another parnter? I haven't had another either, but he has a wart on his finger.

This is soooo embarrassing.

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  • there are many possibilities since there are many skin conditions and STD's that look like bumps or warts.Here's my opinion: They could very well be genital warts, which can be caused by a common virus called HPV (Human Papillomavirus) that often has no symtoms, but also can cause warts. Not to be negative, but make sure your boyfriend is being faithful to you. BUT, they could very well be Molloscum Contagiosum which is a skin condition easily spread through people and can be infected on many different parts of the body, including the gential area. The molloscum bumps can often be weird shaped like warts and often look like skin tags, actually. They can be spread from infected clothing, towels, or coming into contact with someone who has the condition. But, as i've experienced, they cause no pain and very little aggravation, and can be treated painlessly with liquid nitrogen, making them be completely gone in a few days. I personally know this because I've had Molluscum before and it really isn't bad. I first thought they were genital warts when I got them and I freaked out. But there is no reason to freak out, just go get it checked out.Also, I should note that genital warts are generally shaped like cauliflower or brocolli, so they are more easily distinguishable. Whatever you do don't pick at them, scratch or touch them cause it could cause them to spread.That is my input. ***k luck!
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • December 19, 2006
    • 09:43 PM
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  • Although your current partner could be the direct cause to it, medical research also shown that Gential Warts can appear up to 3 months later you first in contact of the virus, and even though some people might not even have them appeared provided that their immune system is strong.If you are infected with HPV the virus can (in theory again according to medical research) stay in the human system for up to 6 years.The best thing is to check out with your close GP, or may even ask for confidential advice (you are 17, and shouldnt be a problem).Regarding to the bumps that appear behind your vagina, I would suggest you to take a look at http://images.google.co.uk/images?svnum=10&hl=en&lr=&q=genital+warts This is a image site offered by google search and I tend to find that these conditions are often dramatically shown or at a very later stage when the warts has been developed to a volume.Is there any signs or anything like as described ? If so you could have the HPV active in your body and I would suggest medical advice. The medicine you get is likely to be a cream which you need to be using twice a day and its very convenient. If not then see if its going to disappear over a week or in process of healing. You mentioned your bf has fingered you and incidently made small cuts. It could be the rash that your skin is healing. As always if this is really worrying you I would suggest you to go through medical route and dont feel embarrassed as your sexual doctor has seen worst, in fact much worst!Look after your body and regular checks is recommended, I hope this helps.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • December 26, 2006
    • 07:55 PM
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