Extremely swollen clitoris & labia (5x's normal size)
Sweet smelling pus discharge
Pins and needles pain in clitoris
Dry, flaking rash from outer labia to anus
Skin looks "shiny" even after rash has flaked off
Extremely painful bowel movements, toilet full of blood after
Burning & itching on vagina & anus
Symptoms began when I engaged in intercourse with my partner and he was using a brand of condoms we'd never used before. During intercourse I felt a burning sensation in my vagina which did not alleviate and then all other symptoms presented.
I've seen 3 different doctors about this issue. The first time I was told I had herpes and given acyclovir. My swab & blood test came back negative and the acyclovir did nothing for my symptoms. They simply went away on their own after about a week. A few days later I developed the exact same issue and was once again told I had herpes & given acyclovir. I told the doctor that this particular medication had done nothing for my issue previously, but they refused to look into anything other than herpes. Third time I went to the ER and was given Cephalexin for a bacterial infection. I was also in so much pain they gave me Dilaudid. Cephalexin cleared up all symptoms in about a day and I continued taking it until the pills ran out. Literally 2 days after I ran out of Cephalexin the symptoms have returned. This is the fourth incident since early July with literally only a few days of relief in between.
One was at Planned Parenthood, one a general practitioner & the last one at the ER I'm not sure about. I'm just so frustrated that everyone keeps prescribing me anti-virals when I tell them they don't work. It's like blisters = herpes 100% of the time & there is no other possibility.
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