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vagina problem sighh

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 28, 2008
  • 09:49 PM

ok. so here are the sequence of events that have occured

Ive had unprotected sex with a guy for 2 months
I saw that I had painless skin coloured bumps on my lower labia majora so I went to the doctor and he said it was hpv and gave me a cream called aldara which i have been using for a week now
yesterday i came down with a high fever ranging from 102 to 103 as well as an extremely inflammed tonsil on one side with a little white lesion and that side was sore so i went to the doctor and he said it was strep and he gave me augmentin
i went to the hospital bc my fever wouldnt go down with tylenol or ice and i began vomitting so i couldnt keep the antibiotic down either
they hydrated me gave me antibiotics through an IV and tested me for strep and mono but they both came back negative
the doctor said that i have a uti so he prescribed me with meds for that
i came home and peed with the most excruciating feeling in the world which i hadnt felt before
I examined myself and found that the skin coloured bumps were now white around the outside and red in the middle and my labia minora was swollen alot on one side and very very painful.
sighhhhh so I am going to the gyno in a few days to get checked out again

Im waiting for blood test results for everything but its hard to wait without knowing

so what do you think?

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  • Men....well, get a blood test for syphilis and herpes 2 for sure to rule them both out.
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies
    • August 29, 2008
    • 02:04 AM
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