Ok so for about a week I have these Painful Itchy blister on my inner thighs. I have had unprotected sex recently which scares me. Could this be herpes? I don't have any other symptoms besides these blisters. It started on one thigh as one small blister and now is on both Inner thighs and have grown into stand-like blisters! HELP
It definitely could be herpes and it sounds like if it is, it is your Initial Outbreak! Do NOT delay and get to a dermatologist or an STD Specialist tomorrow and have them look at it!! They will be able to look at it and tell you right away if it is herpes!! If hey disappear you will have to wait a few months for an accurate blood test...
Ah Man! I'm about to cry. I feel so dirty now... What do i do? There is no cure so what's the point of even going to the doctor? Just makes me feel dirty thinking about it. I just turned 21, and this was totally a random guy thing... Do i talk to him about it??? HELP I'M SCARED!
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