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I recently had unprotected sex with my bf.
The day after I had what looks like a rash near the opening of my vagina. It doesn't hurt
Or burn when I use the restroom. It looks like pimples.
I have looked up pictures of herpes and heat rashes, and
It looks like a heat rash. If it is heat rash what can I do to get rid of it?
Also idk if this has anything to do with it, but I am prone to yeast and bacterial infections.
Could it be yeast bumps??
It can be genital warts, herpes or a simple heat rash. Let yourself rest for a couple of days, don't put any harsh chemicals close to your areas and see if it subsides. Even if it does you have to go get yourself and your boyfriend checked to make sure both of you are clean.
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