I have had recent soreness and itchiness in the vulvar area and had thick white discharge. I have only become sexually active in the past couple of years and have always been very careful. I now have a new boyfriend who I trust, but he has never been tested and we have had sex (pull out method) without a condom. In addition to the symptoms above, I have also had what looks like a mild form of pink eye in the past month and now have a painful canker sore by my gums. I don't have any pain when I urinate or any other noticeable symptoms. I am paranoid about STDs. I took an OTC yeast infection treatment and I have an appointment for a physical in 2 weeks, but I am stressing out a lot in the meantime. I am worried about gonorrhea and chlamydia.
Thank you for any insight you can provide.
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