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Question: M having some pimples on the lower side of my vagina and they are very itchy..what should I do?

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Answer: Hello, If a pimple seems to be getting redder, bigger, more tender, or warm, it could be a sign of infection, and you should see a doctor 
Answer: Go to Dr immediately as it might be infection
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