I am a 19 year old male who has had only one sex partner, who I am still currently dating. I know for a fact that she does not have any STDs but there has been a problem. Not to long ago(Maybe 3 months) she had her wisdom teeth cutout and ended up having a reaction to the anesthetic. She had a viral infection which caused the lips of her vagina to swell. After a week or two after she had been on her medication we continued having sex. Then shortly after I have developed these fleshy bumps which started out as one or two and now there are several (around 12). They vary in size some being 4-6 mm and the others very small. They do not hurt, itch, or extract white puss like I have been reading from other people posting. I have no idea what they are but have had them for a couple months. If I pull them off it hurts a little and bleeds a lot. They are not on my shaft just in the region where I have hair, and its not ingrown hairs. I would be more than willing to post a picture giving you a better idea as to what I have. Please help!
In my college health class we are learning about STDs and STIs (Sexually transmitted Infections) and I'm just curious if I should be concerned. I talked to my girlfriend today and she said she also had a bacterial infection during the time of our intercourse. If you still have no idea then I guess I should get my lazy butt to a doctor.
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