Saturday, March 21, 2015

ATTENTION GIRLS!!! Vestibular Papillae: Itchy, Burning Bumps Inside Vag


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Vestibular Papillae also known as Vestibular Papillomatosis is an anatomical type of vestibular mucosa.

In another reference, it is a cutaneous condition of the vulva, characterized by pink, asymptomatic, fine projections of the vestibular epithelium or labia minora. It is the female equivalent to hirsuties coronae glandis. It is often thought to be human papillomavirus (HPV), but several studies have disproved this; the condition is not viral, and is not sexually transmitted (not an STD).

What does Vestibular Papillae look like?

These small growths occur generally on the vestibular aspect of the labia minora. Linear rows of pink or flesh colored, tiny bumps. Smooth or filiform papules symmetrically distributed on the inner surface of both labia minora. Click here to see what Vestibullar Papillae looks like.

Is it transmittable?

  • This genital condition is NOT contagious.

Is it a disease?

  • NO. IT IS NOT A DISEASE. "Vestibular papillae are normal in the time period between menarche and menopause frequencies of occurrence differ considerably from 1% to more than 50% due to variety of interrelated genetic and environmental factors influencing the reproductive system development."(excerpt: hymen-virgin-membrane.com)

Cause of Vestibular Papillae

  • Unknown. Some professionals believe that they possibly occur due to blocked sebaceous glands.  These papules on closer examination look like just subcutaneous tissues with blood vessels as well, and all covered in a neat layer of normal mucosal epithelium.  There will be no other abnormalities found that can give a clue as to why they actually occur. (nomorepenilepapules.com)
Vestibular Papillae: Itchy, Burning Bumps Inside Vag


Symptoms of Vestibular Papillae

  • Most women have NO symptoms with the growth; however, some report itching, stinging, burning, and pain where the growths appear

How to know if it is an HPV, Genital Warts or Vestibular Papillae?

Acetic acid test: Apply a small amount of vinegar in the affected area. It may burn a little.
  • White demarcations on the skin = MAY be genital warts or HPV

  • Color does not change and stays the same color as the rest of the vaginal skin = Vestibular Papillae

Genital warts - firm in texture, and pink, red and white in color. It appears in random, cauliflower shape

Vestibular Papillae - are the same color as nearby mucosal tissue and soft in texture. it appears in a symmetrical configuration, and are usually arranged in lines

Vestibular Papillae Treatment

Doctor's treatment:

If it doesn't bother you, the doctor will tell you to observe the condition first. However, for patients who are self-conscious, they would recommend acid treatments to burn the papules. It is done by the doctor himself and may cause mild discomfort. The procedure will be repeated until the papules are gone.

Home treatment:


  • Application of podophyllin and podofilox are topical solutions. This are usually given with a prescription. The doctor will apply the first treatment then you can do the rest at home. 
  • There's also a candida crusher you can use. It's a PERMANENT yeast infection solution by Dr. Eric Bakker. Click Here!


Warning: Treatments for the removal of vestibular papillae are NOT recommended for pregnant women.

Also read:
http://howtobible.blogspot.com/2015/11/how-to-treat-vaginal-itching.html


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