Is it possible for a female virgin to have regular moles down there, not genital warts?

by Rachel on October 22, 2011

do all bumps down in that area, mean its genital warts? Have a doc appointment but curious.

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mlgable October 22, 2011 at 5:43 am

Moles in the vaginal area are common./

lilygirl2727 October 22, 2011 at 6:22 am

When I was little I had a wart down there. It was obviously a genital wart because it was in the genital area, but it was not sexually transmitted. It eventually went away on its own. I also have a birthmark down there too. I would think that a regular mole could show up there as well.

Megan October 22, 2011 at 6:58 am

Not all bumps mean it’s a STD. I have certain bumps on my arms among other places on my body and it’s normal, not sure what they are but they don’t change in size or color, they don’t itch or hurt, and they don’t seem to effect my life at all. I’d say not to really worry about it since you’re a virgin and know it’s not a STD from being sexually active.

Rickey T October 22, 2011 at 7:43 am

Yes it is very common.

Steve October 22, 2011 at 8:04 am

Yes, there are a number of dematological problems (skin changes) that are not genital warts. You can also get genital warts (from other than sexual contact…such as drying from a just used warm wet towel someone else just used that has them). Keep your doctors appointment!


Speedracer October 22, 2011 at 8:56 am

Yes you can have what is called skin tags. If you have not had any skin to skin contact with someone infected with genital warts it’s possible that it just an area of extra skin. If they become bothersome or you notice any changes (size, color) you can ask your doctor about having them removed. Your GYN doctor can in most cases take care of it in an office visit.

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