I have a swollen lymph node in my groin area it is tender to the touch. I went to the doctor and she said she found bv, and an excessive amount of white cells in my discharge. Does this mean I am at risk for hiv or another std?? I had sex last tuesday and the condom broke before he could ejaculate but that doesnt mean I did not come into to contact with what is called precum. However, I started to notice a excessive amount of white runny fishy smelling discharge and pain in the lymphe node on my right side also i had low back pain for a couple of days. I had a shot and 4 pills that are supposed to treat both chlamydia and gonnereah. I just want to know should I be worried about it being more than these curable stds or should I start preparing my self for the worst.
The doctor could not diagnose me with either std because my blood test hasn't come back yet but I am still concerned because the pain in my groin has gotten worse sense yesterday.
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