Hey, no judgement here, crap happens, I am not a doctor, I am just telling you what it COULD be, those are the real bad things, it.could just be a PH imbalance, this is something you need to see a doctor about. Also be aware, anytime you are sexually active, even with protection pregnancy is always possible, as are STD's. If youare sexually active and don't want a baby, defo look into birth control, an use condoms, and be careful about who you have sex with. In an ideal world people would know if they have an STD and protect their partners by using condoms, unfortunately that's not usually the case. I would just see a doctor about it ASAP.
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