Okay, I might just be paranoid, but I really have no other options. I'm a 16 year old male, and have had a girl perform oral sex on me once. She has been tested, and was negative. The very night she performed the oral sex, i noticed a bump appear. It is solid, with no liquid inside, and has not moved. There is only one. At first i freaked out because I have not been sexually active, and all of a sudden I'm SCREWED. Most of my research has got me nowhere, except i think it might be a Molluscum or a clogged pore, or something like that. I'm most worried about herpes. I don't want one single sexual act ruin my life. If anyone knows what it might be, please tell me. I can't see a doctor, for reasons I can't explain.
Its not herpes - herpes isn't a lump, and it doesn't last 2 months.
If you've only had oral sex, its not HPV/warts either. It could be a clogged pore, but you do need to get this checked out.
If you don't want your parents to know, then find an std clinic near you. Most are free or very low cost, and most states have laws that allow minors to get tested and treated for stds without parental involvement.
Im sorry for the double post, I loaded this page and somehow it reposted.
Simple technical difficulty.
As for the HPV, I did read it. But it was fuzzy on that one part. Much like the way you worded it as "It goes away". Do tests find the virus still in your blood even after the outbreak disappears? What do you think? Would you say it stays dorment or is completly irraticated by your immune system?
General knowledge question, you seem quite educated.
One last question, cause I know you are very busy.
Other than herpes and HIV/AIDS, what STDs/STIs are you unable to get rid of (as in, its with you for life), weather it be through treatment or your body fights it naturally?
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