Vestibular papillomatosis VP is a cutaneous condition of the vulva , characterized by pink, asymptomatic, fine projections of the vestibular epithelium or labia minora. HPV will turn white upon a vinegar application test, and vestibular papillomatosis will not. Additionally, HPV occurs in cauliflower-like clusters at the base, whereas Vestibular papillomatosis occurs in a linear array along the labia minora and are symmetrically distributed. Like yeast infections, there is discharge associated with vestibular papillomatosis.
What Is Vestibular Papillomatosis and How Is It Treated?
Vulvar vestibular papillomatosis – Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology
Edited 7 days ago , users are following. My bf cheated on me with a woman in Feb who he says is getting tested for HPV. I noticed these finger like tube things on my vulva or inner labia last week. I checked everyday and they weren't there until Wed. I'm worried they're warts but from what I've seen they don't look like warts. What could they be? They started in a like a circle but now go down in like a line.
Does this look like Genital Warts or Vestibular Papillomatosis? ***GRAPHIC PHOTOS***
A year-old woman was referred to our dermatology clinic for assessment of vulvar papules. The lesions, aside from causing significant embarrassment, had not changed in number or size and were asymptomatic. The patient had no known history of sexually transmitted infections. Examination revealed multiple tiny, filiform, rosy papules, symmetrically distributed on the inner sides of her labia minora Figure 1.
Some people have small bumps on their vulva and around the labia. These bumps are called vestibular papillomatosis, and they are not harmful. Vestibular papillomatosis is not a disease. It requires no medical treatment and is not contagious.