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They probably are skin tags, but they could also be, um, genital warts (from HPV). When it happened to me I thought it was a skin tag until I was saw a doctor who diagnosed me with HPV. Apparently I had gotten it years prior, long before I was married, and the warts only showed up when my immune system was not at it's strongest.
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I have those. They're surface vericose veins. They look like brownish blood blisters, but they're not. If you look at them closely, you can see that they're in a line. A squigly line, but still a line. They get bigger right before birth and sometimes they throb with pain.
The good news is that they go back down after birth. They might not go away, but they won't be large and throb anymore.
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