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Could you attach a picture of the bump, either a close-up or a high resolution image that would allow for zooming?
Thank you for the picture.
The appearance of the bump is more that it is composed of fibrous tissue, such as a fibroma. A fibroma can form at a site of previous inflammation, including if there was inflammation or infection in a hair follicle, although it does not always do so.
It is possible that a genital wart can start with this appearance, but it will get progressively larger becoming more cauliflower in appearance, but this is more likely a fibroma.
It is not necessary to treat a fibroma unless it is bothersome to you.
Correct, it is unlikely to be a wart.