I Recently started having a sexual relationship with my new boyfriend, we had sex twice, after the second time I felt as though I was starting to get a sore throat. During sex he tore my vagina a little, and I noticed that it burned when I peed, I just thought this had something to do with the tear. Anyway My throat got worse and I noticed a bump on my vagina, so let the throat go for 3 more days, the worse it got, I noticed more bumps on my vagina, I went to the doctor for the throat and was diagnosed with Strep, I have just started taking the meds, I wanted to know If the Bumps on my vagina are related to the Strep or If I may have recieved and STD, I did not ask the doctor about it, because I was to emabarresed, but I am not having sex with the anyone until I know what is going on. So is it an STD, or does it just have to do with the Strep Throat? thanks
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