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    An_253743 posted:
    I am concerned that i may have genital warts, may be anxiety. I recently went to the clinic to get checked for herpes/warts after a new sexual partner, and after some looking/feeling around the doctor said that my small bumps were simply fordyce spots (he did not perform any actual tests for herpes/warts though). I was tested for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea however, and both tests came back negative. The spots are very very small, but there are a few spots on the edge of the cluster that are a little bigger. Am I just over-reacting, or should I consider seeing a clinic for a re-test and more serious test?
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    georgiagail responded:
    If you disagree with this diagnosis, get a second opinion.

    Gail


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