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I've been trying to become more comfortable with my vulva/vagina, but I've found bumpiness around my labia minor, well at least I think it's the labia minor. I'm almost positive it's not herpes or warts, because it feels like neither and I've repeatedly taken pictures and such, but i do feel a little unusual down their since I've been told it's usually smooth and the fact that well since I've been feeling like I'm unusual because of it, I've become more conscious of my nether regions when it comes to that situation.

Is it normal not to be smooth down there?

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I've already answered your question here:

Please don't double post. It's against the guidelines you agreed to when you registered, and it won't get your questions answered any faster.

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