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do i have an std? PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME.

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  • Posted By: whyohwhy4
  • December 31, 2006
  • 06:10 AM

hello everyone.

i really really need help. i fear i may have an std.

ive only had sex twice, with two different guys.

im 18, and had sex for the first time was seven months ago. the last time i had sex was five months ago. i used a condom both times, and im not even sure if the second guy finished the job...i had to leave.

i masterbate sometimes (ok alot, like 4x weekly) and noticed small bumps down there on what i believe is the vulva (lips). i noticed them probably 3 months after the last time i had sex. they havent multiplied, gotten bigger, or anything since then. but they are still there.

i looked at them in the mirror today and there are like five of them, they are very very small and white, and near each other... i fear they may be genital warts. any doctor's out there?

ive had guardisil, but it was after sex (both times) does that help?

and if i do have genital warts, and i dont get them treated, will they go away or will anything worse happen?

i plan to go to the gyno in august of next year (when i go to college) is that too far?

please please please please help me.


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  • Even Though You Can't Absolutely Rule Out A Std, Most Likely It's Something Else. I Would Definately Advise Going To The Gyno, Or Planned Parenthood To Be Check Just In Case. It Definately Does Not Sound Like Warts. Also, If You Masturbate With A Toy Or Object..... You Need To Be Washing It In Between Times, Otherwise You Can Get An Infection.
    melinda robertson 10 Replies
    • December 31, 2006
    • 06:18 AM
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