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A bit concerned...
An_194582 posted:
In feburary I had sex for the first time and i was drunk and didn't wear a condom. I know, this is bad, He told me he was going to wear one and didn't. But I've had these pimples on my vagina for a while, and im pretty sure I had them before I had sex, but im worried. I don't have health insurance so I can't go to the doctor, but i am worried that i might have herpes. I am like 80% sure that I have had them before I had sex, but im worried. They have whiteheads and i popped one and a lot of pus came out. I am worried. having only had sex once i know who gave it to me, but i am just worried that i got infected. talk about ruining your first time huh? Thanks so much!
georgiagail responded:
A herpes outbreak results in lesions that are painful and don't resemble pimples. One cannot "pop" them as one would do with a pimple or a boil.

rachel82nc responded:
i have those too i was told it is hs cant spell the words but it is something that eventually goes to different areas in the body like armpits under breast between legs start by giving u an antibiotic then long term antibiotic then surgery i have no health insurance so i just deal with it
georgiagail replied to rachel82nc's response:
Perhaps a sebaceous cyst or MRSA (methycillin resistant staph aureus), a form of common bacteria that many of us carry on our skin that has mutated to be resistant to most of the commonly used antibiotics?

Nicky891971 responded:
Try to go to a free clinci in your area you might to pay a little fee like may a donation. You need to know what is happening down there. Women got so much other stuff to deal with and you dont want to need up down the way being HIV.

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