does having pimples on genitals definitely indicate the presence of an STD? i got one pimple around the tiem of my period, then another months later. i tested negative for gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphillis, trichomoniasis, scabies, pubic lice, chancroid, NGU, HPV. the pimple appeared in my labia, and i popped it, pus came out, then blood. it wnet away two days later and i haven't gotten anythign sicne. i've also had tinglign senations on my genitals before, but no visable sympotms at all, and i thorougholy inspected. i never had skin to skin contact with genitals, never had anal or vaginal sex, nor did i perform oral sex. i received unprotected oral sex, and was fingered and french kissed and sat on a guy's penis(which was covered by his underwear but i had no underwear on).
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