Thanks for the query to ATD for an opinion,
The small raised intralata , skin coloured lesion which has a shrivelled growth may might as well be a wart if there is no pain and discomfort and have been noticed recently. Though a similar presentation is also seen with vaginal abrasions post sex and considering this unlikely location of the genital wart it is important to get a local examination and a swab test for culture done to rule out or confirm the diagnosis. The picture shows two lesions one at 1 o'clock and the other ay 5 o clock and the features are blurred but if the concern is for 5 o clock lesions then they appear to be normal vaginal rugosity rather than genital warts.
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