Hello. I'm 22 and I've been married to my husband for 4 1/2 yrs. We recently had sex a few days ago and since then I've had blisters on the opening of my vagina. They are a little painful and itchy. Does anyone have any idea what they could be. And before anyone asks, it can not be herpes. The last time I got tested was about 2yrs ago, but that was only because I was pregnant and they said it was routine to test me for std's and such. Also, we use condoms since I am currently no longer on any other form of birth control ie.) depo shot.. I was thinking maybe it was from the friction, but I have no clue. Oh and I started taking phentermine 2wks ago. I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it or not. But can someone please help me? Thanks!
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