I had protected sex, but unprotected oral sex, with a woman in Las Vegas exactly 15 days ago. Now I have a small itchy patch (about the size of a baseball) of small red bumps on the jaw line of my face. None of the bumps have any liquid in them, they are to small for that, except I did squeeze the largest one of them and thought that a very small amount of clear liquid came out of it. They aren't continuously itchy, only when I seem to get hot and sweaty or towards the end of the day before a shower. If I scratch them though, they will stay itchy for awhile after. Sometimes they seem to be kinda of white like my skin, and fade from view, then come back. I'm not worried about a rash or anything like that. I just want to know if it could be herpe's or an STD. Could I be showing some type of Herpe's bump after just 15 days, and that many of them? I also usually use facewash, and had to use Soap while on vacation. And it was 100 degrees plus everyday in Vegas, and I'm from the East Coast. Please help .
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