I need help I am having pain at my vagina and also in my right leg. I have a small amount of red/white bumps. Some don't hurt, the only ones that do are on my lips and where you pee at. It hurts me to pee , sit, even walk or move my right leg. I also have a lump on the inside of my skin next to my leg/hip joint and it hurts if I put pressure on it or lightly touch it. This just randomly showed up 3 days ago. I am 21, sexual active and I had a PAD done a few months back and I am negative for any STDs. My boyfriend has also been tested and is also negative. So I am a little worried what I could have and I've been searching for clues because I never had this before or anything like it. I have allergies but this is totally new to me Please Help me I'll appreciate all your help.
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