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A few nights ago I hooked up with someone I didn't know very well. He preformed oral on me. And we definitely had skin to skin contact but we didn't have sexual intercourse. Approximately 24 hours later I woke up and found about 5 small white blisters around the outside of my vagina. I popped them and water came out. There weren't any near my clit or vulva. He swore he didn't have anything like that and I didn't see anything like that when he was naked. Im wondering if it could be something like herpes. Or maybe a friction blister or something like that? I'm scared that its worse. Any advice?
you need to go and be seen today or tomorrow for this. if you should get more blisters - DO NOT POP THEM! these easily could be herpes going on. you can get that from oral sex even if the person performing oral on you doesn't have any obvious cold sores present.
it's difficult to get a good diagnosis when you've popped the lesions too :(
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