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    please please please keep annon...

    Right, I know most advice is just going to be "go to the doctor" but I'm scared, and I've been to the GUM clinic so many times already that I'm just kinda sick of that place.

    Basically after finally getting rid of genital warts (or at least i cant see any more down there) I now can kinda feel what is maybe another wart, but its on (what i think) is the cervix. I'm not 25 so cant have a smear test yet, but I'm worried...
    When I was getting all the treatment for the warts in the first place i had to go back to the clinic every week and i asked a few times if i could have a smear test, but they said no I had to wait. So now I have 4 years to wait.
    firstly, should I maybe try to use the wart cream stuff or would that be really bad? Is it safe to just leave it? I have no other symptoms, and I was told originally that warts are purely superficial anyway and wont cause harm...
    Any advice would be much appreciated!

    I'd imagine that your wart cream is for external use only, in which case it really shouldn't go inside you.

    You should definitely go to the docs if you believe you have a sudden vaginal abnormality, even if it's a false alarm, you can put your mind at ease.
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