Im not sure but I have a person im seeing and we have had unprotected sex about two weeks ago. He now shows up with sores on his lips mainly in the middle of his bottom lip some on the top it doesnt look like warts, not sure if its a cold sore or fever blister but he explains that his lips feel chapped and irritated its been visable for three days. He finally went to the E.R. and they said it could be some kind of bacterial infection and gave him some horse pills. Now I have an odor about four days after his symptoms, Im spotting but no discharge. I cant pinpoint my sympoms besides a bacterial vaginousus(sp). the bumps on his lips dont look as nasty as the ones I seen on the internet they he doesnt have any other symptoms besides the bumps. I need an answer because Im scared he has herpes and doesnt know it and passed it onto me.
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