I am a female, 18 years. About a week ago 2 weeks i ago i had bacterial vaginosis and got treatment for it, and it went away. My partner had a blister under the flap of his penis, and a sore which hurt a bit. He got it checked out and got treatment for clamydia and gonorrhea, which were possibly what he had, even though the doc said that wasn't the case. Just this week i began menstruating and i began taking a birth control pill at the start as well. When it just started, it had the regular odour it usually does, but now on day 3, it is of a really dark red and it has a bad odour. I dont know what to liken it to. Do you think i may possibly have an infection/disease? Is it advisable to have sex before getting myself checked out as well?
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