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I'm a 20 year old, Female.
Around two years ago I went to my gynecologist to get tested for EVERYTHING-- I came out negative in everything except Herpes type 1 but I've NEVER EVER had ANYTHING ANYWHERE. Not even a tiny itty bit of anything. My question is I've had a BF since then but we've kissed, has sex, oral and he never had anything. About a year ago he had a small irritation by nostril with tiny red bumps...it went away in a few days, now the same thing same place happened a week ago. Once again I've NEVER had ANYTHING down there or on my face. Could this have been my fault?
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