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I get these odd bumps around the opening of my vagina when I get my period, what is going on?? Any ideas??


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Gurl you need to go to doctor or something because dats not even cute son
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Fcukin, we ask that if you choose to post, you ensure what you are posting is sound, safe advice and is typed in a coherent manner, and is not condensending. Please review the guidelines before you post again. Thank you.

Exxon, the mons pubis is not immune to periods. It is skin, and is subject to the same oddities as the rest of your skin. I'd recommend have your doctor look at them, just to be sure. If they show once a month, then it's probably okay.

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