by gloria_21, 19 hours
Hello. I just had unprotected sex on sunday. Monday I felt a little soar down there thinking maybe it was just rough. By tuesday It hurt when I pee and I noticed little cuts. Tuesday night fever started 102. Wednesday the little cuts look like little balls. And all of a sudden I got my period (15 days early) my vagina is so red inside I went to the clinict I got tested but I'm waiting she says I( have the sores all the way to my cervix(thursday) I told the guy about what I was feeling he told me he didn't feel anything until a day after. It started burning him when he peed and a red rash. I'm confused as to if I have herpes? He didn't have anything, I didn't think I had anything either. Help.
I was tested for herpes and chlamydia. Also blood work. But does it sound like herpes? Unprotected sex sunday night by monday I was itchy, tuesday hurt to pee and the sores came. Then my partners symtoms came wednesday. I really hope its not.
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