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Im 17 and I've only had sex once and it protected sex... I was just shaving and found a bump, it was just one and looked kinda like a pimple so i tried to pop it, it was kinda hard and pussed but it looked just like popping a pimple, Im still really nervous and dont know what to do, I have also been getting headaches and have been dizzy but i just finished my period so those could be linked to that
this doesn't sound like herpes going on. odds are it's not a std either.
best thing to do at this point is some warm compresses to the area a few times a day. If it's an ingrown hair or an inflamed cyst that will help in a few days. If it gets worse or is still there a week from now, follow up with your provider to find out what is going on.
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