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okay i had sex a week and a half ago.. we didnt use a condom.. three days ago i washed myself with HAND SOAP.. starting yesterday my vagina is bright red. it hurts if i touch it. it itches.. starting fronm the clitorous all around the labium minor it its red... nothing on the inside i am aware of. i asked my partner to see if he sees anything and he said i just lookd like im real dry and rubbed raw.. could i have an STD? or could it be the soap.. ive never had any problems down there before.. but i dont have anything else wrong with me.. but it dont look like its going to get better anytime soon.. i know you can burn or hurt if you use soap wrong.. but this is way beyond that! its horribly red and hurting
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