had protected sex with female...a day later start feeling tingling sensation in genital region...about a month later notice two fluid filled bumps located in two distinct places....one bump near waistline and the other in pubic hair region...when squeezed white pus-like and clear fluids can from bumps....bumps lasted for about a month and a half before scabbing over...but not leaving an ulcer....i now have a bump in my inner thigh that's similar to the other bumps mentioned...no bumps on penis, or base of penis, or on forskin....do u think it's herpes or herpes scare
having symptoms in this many different locations makes it unlikely that these are a herpes related issue. certainly follow up properly with your provider to find out what is going on so you can deal with it properly.
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