Okay.. I'm 16. and have had 4 sexual partners.2 of them were 2 or 3 months ago. I had unprotected sex with one of them. But that was last week. A few days ago. I noticed a pimple like spot on the top of my grroin,. like right about the top of my pubic hairline. Today.. I had like 4 packs of mike and ikes. but on the back of my tounge i had a V like line of spots.. i think that they are whitish. not overly large..but risen so yeah.. can't feel them..but now know they are there. Should i get this checked? or just an infection. ?
Herpes is not common in the pubic hair area, especially a primary outbreak. Sounds like a pimple, or folliculitis. The spots on your tongue are probably inflamed taste buds. The symptoms you describe do not sound STD-related.
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