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i need your help,any advice plsssssssssssssssss
An_253280 posted:
Before 2 years i was in a relationship for 1 year with a guy,he was a very good Muslim,i was virgin. Every time talking about sex he was telling me u r virgin,so that once we made up our mind tried to have sex,he tried to penetrate some times he couldn't. I was feeling bad why this was happening,but after that he told me i was having doubts if u was virgin,when i proved i couldnt do that to u,this is all what he explain,we broke after that,after one year i found out i have genital warts hpv from genital contact,between vagina and anal,i removed and i didnt had a pap-smear under doctor advice's since im not yet sexually active, i have like 3 weeks getting crazy found my tongue not normal like some small pimples im afraid is warts,im reading everyday in internet cancer im getting crazy,i dunno what to do,dont have insurance to go to a doctor,im thinking of dying ,what i did wrong,why im getting this,im disappointed from myself and my ex,now im thinking maybe he knew he had the virus hats why he was hesitating,now im virgin with the virus,,,,first i need a professional help,after that i can go to doctor to accept the truth,i cant sleep eat,cant talk to someone for this,they will judge me,,,,i cant anymore my family is not with me
slik_kitty responded:
this is not the right board for this question
An_251837 responded:
You should try posting your question in the WebMD Sexual Issues Community here:

Better still would be to discuss all this with your doctor.
Anon_881 responded:
(trigger) As sai by other members, you should go to the sexual issue board. I did want to say that none of this was your fault. You did nothing wrong. There are many many ppl who get STD's. My b/f has one(and she only had a few sexual partners), my sister has one and I had genital wart but I had them removed (I can still pass it on to my husband who knows I have them). Sometimes ppl. can have an STD and not know they have it and sometimes they know and refuse to tell and end up paasing it on to thier sexual partner. First I suggest that you call your ex. and tell him that he gave you genital warts. Its the right thing to do incase he is unaware that he has it. Also gential warts can be removed. Even after removal, they may come back. Once your rid of the actual warts, you will still be able to pass it on to others, so you need to tell your next sexual partner.

Take care and dont be afraid. hugs to you

Try not to worry, your not going to die from this and there is no need to tell anyone but your Dr. and any sexual partner before having sex.
alissaky replied to Anon_881's response:
sorry guys for writing here,i was trying all the possible ways to post my problem.Dear anon thanks a lot for your words,for sure it made me feel better and not alone,i just get scared cause my best friend has it as well she result with the type that is high risk for cancer and u dont know a lot of crazy ideas passing on my mind,also let me tell me that on my genitali removed those my laser and im getting vaccinated as well with gardasil 3 shoots,i used aldara till now looks like everything is fine,since i read on the internet about the oral warts as well,saw the picture looks scary,and im every 5 minutes in the mirrorr with this doubts till i will get the insurance ((((( i really appreciate your words,as you told me for me ex,this was the first thing i did after facing the warts,he is insisting he is fine,even blaming me having other partners,thats why i felt alone i thought she should help me in these case or at least give an advise or ask how am i doing till now,anyway,thanks again god bless u,hopefully i will get rid of all this and can give a real smile to my family not a fake one,,,,,this is my only wish,,,they dont deserve this,,,,,hugs thanks again for your time

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