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    strange pimple looking bumps on genitals
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    An_248866 posted:
    Recently, my boyfriend and I had anal sex (not for the first time). He never puts his penis in my vagina after we have anal sex, so I know it wasn't that, but there was some leaking that got on him and in my vaginal area, so we immediately stopped and cleaned up. Two days later, we both suddenly had these small, painful and itchy bumps (his penis and my vaginal area). Both of us have never been with anyone else and we were recently tested for STD's and have none. Are these bumps a result of the anal sex or is it something else?

    We're both a little nervous about what it could possibly be.
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    elle0317 responded:
    could be a bacterial infection, but you will both have to see a Dr about an actual diagnosis, and if required a prescription.


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