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Possibly Herpes

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 9, 2006
  • 03:07 AM

I am on my way to the Gyn tomorrow. However, I have been worried sick for the last four days. About eight days after I made out with this guy I noticed a bump on my labia, right near the entrance to my vagina. We did not have sex, and I THOUGHT we did not have any genital contact however I was extremly drunk. Unfortunatly I was wearing a skirt that night and it was pushed up so that only my underwear was protecting me. Again, we did not have sex, and I THOUGHT we did not have genital contact, but now I am not so sure. Eight days later I feel this bump while in the shower. I have been watching it. Sometimes it hurts, other times it doesn't. It is really small and white. I am scared to death it is herpes. I have been looking at alot of websites, however the sore I have does not look much like the ones I have seen and there is only ONE sore.

Does this sound like herpes, or could it possibly be something else? I know no one here can diagnose, but I would like to know if anyone has experienced the same thing. Does the description sound like it could be anything other than herpes?

I am heartbroken that a night of indescretion will change my life.

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  • Herpes bumps are blister-like bumps that ooze clear discharge or blood. There could be just one or a few bumps. Usually, there are no bumps in the initial outbreak but it really hurts and it is itchy.You said that the bump was white, it could be a ordinary pimple or a sebaceous cysts. If it is near the vaginal opening, then it could be Bartholin's gland. It would be wise to see a doctor to determine what it really is. I hope you update!Best Wishes!
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 15, 2006
    • 07:53 PM
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  • I don't mean to sound like a lecture, but I can guarantee you that the fastest way to contract herpes is through heavy drinking.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 20, 2006
    • 03:12 AM
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