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An_253814 posted:
Exactly a week ago I had oral sex with a new partner. ( I am a female receiving from a male.) Yesterday, I noticed a burning sensation in my vaginal area and when I arrived home, I noticed there was a lot of white, milky-like discharge, which is uncommon for me. Later that I night, after careful inspection, I noticed there were one or two red bumps in the opening of my vagina, not small but not large either. When touched, they didn't hurt at all. ( I carefully washed my hands after this just in case). Today, the burning sensation was at a much less degree, but I'm still experiencing a lot of the discharge. If it helps, my sexual history only compromises of oral sex, not actual intercourse, but I have done some research and learned it can cause Yeast Infection or Genital Herpes.
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georgiagail responded:
Yep; it sure can.

Gail


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