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    An_248201 posted:
    My last bf was tested for stds and was given a clean bill of health. However, within the last few days i've noticed a sore towards my perenium and I'm really nervous. I feel like its just a blister from having sex with not enough lubrication. I've also noticed some lumps on the outside of my lady parts but that started just after I shaved with quite possibly a very dull razor. I have no idea whats going on and i'm out of my mind. If anyone has any ideas on what is going on i'd really like some notes.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Consider getting the blister checked out medically.

    Gail


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