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Regular/normal looking blisters on outer labia...?

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  • Posted By: Maxamoose
  • May 9, 2011
  • 00:09 AM

Last Wednesday i noticed a normal looking blister on my outer labia close to my pubic ****d. Friday I went to an Sti clinic and the doctor said it looks "suspicious" and that "if he's right which he thinks he is, it's herpes". My results won't be in until this upcoming Friday.

However, I wanted a second opinion and went to a walk-in clinic right after the sti clinic. The doctor there told me that it in no way is herpes whatsoever. So I felt better. But obviously until my results are in I'll be worried. So I keep freaking out. I've found 3 more normal looking blisters since Friday. Both near the outside of my outer labia on my inner thigh.

The sti clinic doc said he saw white bumps which would indicate herpes. But I don't see any. They all look like regular blisters except the first one I found looks like there's skin healing over top. Pubic hairs are beginning to show through all of them. There's no bumps really. No puss or fluid.

Btw I used a new soap last week. Irish spring. Which is a deodorant soap. Could this have caused blistering? I have been shaving on a regular basis (every day to every other day) for about a month or two and i used the soap instead if shave cream. I've shown two close friends and they dont believe it's herpes. Someone please help me out here. I'm in sheer panic!

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