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weird sypmtoms after oral sex...a little graphic

Posted In: Allergies 4 Replies
  • Posted By: silly girl
  • April 29, 2008
  • 00:11 AM

After having oral sex, i immediately got tingly, red lips and a couple of red spots in my mouth. A week later, My lips are still burning, and the spots are still there but dont hurt. my tongue seems to be irritated and has some white dots on it. The inside of my lips feel raw but the spots arent sores or ulcers. My lips are dry and peeling like I was burned.
He hasnt had any stds that i know of and the irritation is where he finished mainly.
Any suggestions at all?? I hate to pay for a doctors visit if i font have too and im really embarrassed!

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  • anybody have a clue
    silly girl 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • Have this checked out immediately by a professional. You don't want to keep this unchecked.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
  • It is best to go and check with your doctor.I am in the medical field and doctors are used dealing with embarrassing situations.If the symptoms go after not doing oral sex then it might be an allergic reaction,but for your safety get professional advice. If you think that is the cause then just stop because if you do have an allergic reaction it will go away after not exposing yourself to the allergen( then there won't be any need to worry or go to the doctor).Go and see a female doctor, if it will make you feel better( this works for me and many other females).Better get it treated then regret afterwards.I hope I helped you.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
  • your problem seems to be funny also.. i think your partner's ***z was so dangerous to cause this problems to u
    stbalaji2u 7 Replies Flag this Response
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