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In May of 2010, I went to a party with some friends of mine acting as the designated driver (DD). Three to four hours into the party my friends were pretty hammered and I was getting tired. Eventually I asked my friend if we were staying and they said yes. I started drinking when I was approached by a 27 year old girl and she began kissing my neck then more drinking. Before I knew it I was in the bathroom doing cocaine. Next we were both in the bedroom and began having sexual intercourse.I asked if she was clean because I realized I didn't have a condom on and she said she was. Now I have 3 bumps on my penis. One on the head and two just below the head on the shaft. I've expierenced slight burning when I urinate but that was before I even became sexually active. I was wondering if there was anyone out there that could help me. I've also experienced a slight itchiness around my scrotumn. Since the party I have only been with one other girl before I got back together with my previouse girlfriend and I used a condom. But I don't use condoms with my girlfriend now. Recently she complained about some slight burning and discharge after sex, but we both think it's a yeast infection. I'm concerned for my partner's and my health. If there's anyone out there that can help I'd very much appriciate it.
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