Any idea of what It could be? We got tested for gonorrhea and clamidia and both negative. We both got treated for trich a few months ago. Her sores look a little bit different. Hers are like red bumps but both are painful to the touch. Could it be an std? And with her being pregnant should we go to emergency room? She is 34 weeks. I couldve contracted something 8 months ago.
In the first stage of syphillis, a sore called chancre is formed (3 weeks after infection usually). Then it might evolve into a macule or papule and eventually ulcer. But 4 to 10 weeks after infection, they appear randomly in the body (take ths in consideration).
Also looks similar to genital herpes. So get tested better! Did you have any other sex partners so its possible to acquire syphillis?
If not, then dont worry. It will be something else, most likely herpes (due to the painful bumps, usually syphillis has NON PAINFUL BUMPS)
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