Okay so i need some help I recently had unprotected sex with my bf yes stupid of us.. But now when i urinate it burns so i took a closer look and saw i had some like white sores on my vagina. What is this do i have something?? Is there anything i can do before having to go to the doctor? Will they go away? To top it off I think i have a small hemorrhoid to so i just need some answers
If there anyway i can get rid of this on my own with out going to a doctor will be great. Btw my bf and i were virgins so i dnt think its a std
Some please give me feedback asap thank you
Hi there and welcome. Well, it could be little cuts from the friction of sex. They'd burn when urine touches them. Try to let the area air dry at night a bit. The hemorrhoid shouldn't be related to sex. Have you been constipated and having to work a bit to have a bm? Try Preparation H or Tucks pads, they work pretty well and add fiber to your diet for that. See if those little spots disappear. If not, you may need to consult with a doctor. And use protection for sex. good luck hon
Okay, so unfortunately an STD/STI was the first red flag that came to me when I read this (genital warts, HPV, or Herpes). I would absolutely go see the gynecologist as soon as possible. You could possibly have a very severe yeast infection, but even so, you'd still need to get some antibiotics for treatment. Keep me informed if you find out!
the white bumps could be genital warts, i was diagnosed some month before with genital wart and they look the same as you discribe and the burn sensation it could be an infection. you should visit a doctor. dont panic. hope u get well
Okay, you are right on that. :>) Hopefully this clears up. If you and your boyfriend are virgins, an std does seem unlikely. Do you trust that he is really a virgin? Anyway, give it a few days and perhaps all will clear. good luck hon
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