Ok, so I shave frequently down there near my vagina.
Well, a couple days ago I shaved closer to my opening then I have before.
Later on I felt a bump near there on my outer labia majora, it hurt.
The next day when I was peeing it burned very badly and I saw a few more bumps and it itched very badly.
Today it's still painful to urinate, but as bad, and there are a few more bumps on my shaved areas.
I also now have a clear, slight whitish discharge, but I've had discharges before so idk if it's a sign or anything.
I am sexually active, but I do use condoms.
I really need an answer, I am scared. It hurts to walk and it feels sore down there (like after having rigorous sex)
Please help thank you. :)
you need to be seen today and deal with this. get a proper exam and some basic testing. they should be doing urine testing since it hurts to urinate as well as testing you for yeast and bacterial infections vaginally.
have you and your partner ever had herpes igg blood testing?
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