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Hi ive recently just noticed that i have small red bumbs near my anus and vagina ( very embarresing to say) im not sure whether its from shaving but theres about threee there an they look like spots , im not sure whether its cause of irritation or whether its ingrown hairs because theres one hair coming out of all of them [Frown] sorry for the details but im just wondering whether its anything to be really worried about ?

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We really can't tell you.

Your best bet is to get in to see a doctor while the bumps are still there and have them take a look. It might be irritation or ingrown hairs, or it might be something all together different, like a type of infection.

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