I had two small pimple like bumps on the corner of my labia majora sort of close to the tip. I immediatly thought they where ingrown hairs because it has been a while since I recieved oral from my girlfriend and I had shave that area the week before. I used a hot towel and popped them. Now they just looked like sores, so I put peroxide on them and they are healing. Then two days later I felt another bump under the skin and i saw this one had a hair in it so i used a hot towel on it to expose the hair. Now it is also just a sore. The other two do not hurt anymore but this fresh one is itchy and hurts when i touch the open sore. I have no other symptoms of herpes and no other bumps. I have been reading online and I am freaking out. Does anyone with herpes remember how their first outbreak was and if this could be an outbreak.
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