Im sorry but i didnt get the first question answered... I have a rash that looks like pimples or tiny pus bumps only in my pubic hairs. I developed them after having sex like three days ago. its not itchy but my pubic area achs a little....(probably bcause i've been scrubbing when i wash to kind of bust them but they keep coming back...Does any one have an idea what this is?
Alright i just lost my virginity at the age of 18 to a girl who had way more experience than I...we only had sex twice and not for that long...An yes i did use protection both times but not while she was performing oral sex a numorous amount of times.An now i have a pimple the size of a nickel on my pelvis bone about 2 inches below my waste line and i am so scarred it seem to have pus forming inside but when i first tried to pop it, it wouldnt but the next day alot i mean alot of pus shot out.What is this can somebody help me pleas im so scarred...?
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