I really need some help or anwers. I went to the doctor because I was VERY itchy in and around my vaginal opening, i was thinking yeast or bacterial vaginosis. But when she was examing me she seen 2 lesions on my cervix. I get a yearly pap and those where never there. So she tested me for herpers which the test came back as
and not to mention my doctor said that my pap test showed no herpes.
I am going back in May to get tested for HSV1 and HSV2 again.
My doctor cant explain why all the test were negative, she seem it might be a recent exposure thats why the other tests didnt result in positive. I had the same partner for almost 2 years (not that that means anything now and days)
but if anyone can help me out with this situation I would greatly appreciate it
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