I have been in committed monagamous relationship for almost 10 years. He says he has not cheated since he cheated a single time in the early days of our relationship. We were both tested at the time after that and had no positives. I have never had another partner. He admits to having had a fair number of girlfriends when he was younger and travelled around the world. He is not into drugs.
I have just been diagnosed with HPV and obviously I got it from him. In pictures I saw online it looked more to me like Molluscosum, but the doctor removed the wart with acid. I showed her that I also have small red pimples on one thigh, and white blisters. It is not painful. Tonight I noticed it is now on both thighs. There is no red skin around the pimples and blisters, but it is arranged in a rashy pattern at the top of the inner thighs. The skin around the pimples is a normal white color. My doctor thought it was from yeast. I did recently have antibiotics and a yeast infection. I have had many yeast infections in the past and am a diabetic. I have never had pimples on my thighs before from a yeast infection.
I am deeply concerned that I could possibly have some other STD, maybe syphilis or HIV. I really want to trust my partner that he has not cheated again, but I am concerned if this rash might be something other than yeast, and I may have a misdiagnosis going on. Prior to having the wart which was removed (smooth flesh colored wart), I had pain on urination.
Should I be tested for everything else? If I do that and he finds out I didn't trust him, I think it would strain our relationship. He is already upset that he gave me HPV but we realize a person can have that for years without symptoms.
Painless pimples and white blisters on both inner thighs. Recent removal of a single smooth wart. Recent yeast infection and painful urination for a few days after recent sex with him. Wart turned up less than a week later. Can anyone tell me the most likely cause of the these symptoms? I don't get to see the doctor for the Pap and HPV test for two more weeks. I am worried about waiting that long if I may have another problem too.
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