I have 3 small and painful bumps at entrance of anus
About a week ago my boyfriend and I decided to try to have anal sex for the first time. It wasn't really working out and so we went to our nearest sex store and purchased a butt-plug (to 'train' it) and some liquid that was supposed to relax the muscles.
It was a total disaster.
Somehow the liquid knocked me out and I was asleep within minutes of trying to do this. This means I did not wash that liquid off.
A few days later I start to think I have a yeast infection so I bought Monistat 1 and used it.
Now, a week after the anal incident and about 2-3 after the monistat I have bumps that are seriously freaking me out. I seems like they move in a line. One right at the entrance of my butthole, one a little further out, and on almost at the entrance of my vagina.
They are pinker than the skin around them, small and noticeably raised although not large.
Should I continue waiting for this to go away or make an appointment with my gyno? I'm pretty broke and very healthy. Im hoping my body will fix this and it has nothing to do with any diseases. Hopefully Im just an idiot with sensitive skin?? HELP!
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