Back story, I have been seeing a girl for about a week, from what i know and heard she's a good girl. Long story short she has some bad breath, and i figured i could stick it out bc i like her. But after performing oral sex on her for the first time, i have noticed my tongue has been turning white, my breath has been getting noticeably worse. NOW heres what scares me. the day after the oral i noticed some sores in my bottom lip, inside my tongue, and a white little dot (looked like a raised taste bud that was white, and was tender to the touch)
MIND YOU I am a smoker, and have had sore lips and sore on the tongue in the past, rarely (been smoking more bc of being laid off)
the sores are not open, more like a little bead (had those before - i assume from smoking because its in the general area where the cigarette touches my lips AND I was tested a few weeks ago for everything and AM CLEAN)
the whiteness on the tongue didn't come off when i brushed, i have been using mouth wash, and the sores Inside the lip lasted ALMOST 2 days, and the sore on the tongue is just about gone, been about 4 days.
Just freaking out, maybe i shouldn't be, just bad timing with everything? have read it could be yeast infection, thrush, a few others. what would you guess would be closest to my issue? Thanks in advance
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