Geez go to a doctor before it spreads to others.
A disease that can cause bumps on the bottom of your tongue and in the vagina could be syphilis.
stop shaving temporarily and then see where it goes from there.... the bumps on your legs may have nothing to do with your vagina bumps.
Shaving bumps are very common.
You should have them checked by a doctor.
yes one infected hair follicle can cause you to have several bumps on vagina!!!!!!
it could be genital warts
no, they are usually a result from shaving.
sounds like thrush go to your pharmasist
some times depend on the shaving cream for me
it could be blackheads
You betcha. But if you're careful, it can be beautiful.
You are turning into a mermaid.
You need to go to your doctor.
Yes. It has alot of ridges and bumps.
If you are referring to abnormal bumps on the breasts, it can be anything from a fatty cyst, to a sign of breast cancer, so it may be important to go for a mammogram. If you are thinking of the bumps on the areola (surrounding the nipple), they are actually raised "sebaceous glands", which provide lubrication during breastfeeding in females.
I have two pimple like bumps on my vagina ine on the out side that doesnt itch or burn or anything but the one on the inside burns when i pee...wtf?
If you mean bumps in your vagina, not likely but if you mean that your discharges is in form of bumps, probably white and cheese-like then that is one of the few symptoms of yeast infection.
Sounds like you have an STD go to your doctor.
YES YOU CAN GET HAIRBUMPS ON YOUR VAGINA. HAIRBUMPS COME ANYWHERE HAIR GROWS. yes you can, the best thing to resolve that is to shave your pubic hair in the same direction it grows in. also there are shaving lotions (for vaginal areas) provided in several stores that can prevent these bumps or for those with sensitve skin. The vagina is the part the penis enters, the internal part, so having hair bumps there would be quite disturbing. You can get hair bumps on the outside area, the vulva. ok, who really wants to know about your hair bumps! keep it personal giirl
You just have a common cold, this happens normally
Every woman's breasts are a little different. The bumps are normal as they release oils to lubricate the areola.
A few types of red bumps on the breasts can indicate a serious problem, and knowing how to differentiate between common bumps and problematic bumps is critical. Eczema is a common skin condition and common on the breasts too so if you have had eczema before and it appears the same and is on both of your breasts, it may be just another outbreak. However, if your regular eczema treatments (if you use any) don't clear it up soon, it is safer to have it checked by the doctor.
let me have a feel an I'll refer you to a doctor?
yes, but if you are worried ask your mum or get your doctor to check it out for you.