okay so i havent had sex in 3 months but i do not know my last sexual partners' history and i realized after we had sex, my vagina started smelling weird and itching. it lasted for a while and it freaked me out because to the side near my butt there was a little bum i never noticed before but then it went away. recently the itching and smell has came back. but i just took a flashlight and looked at my throat, and there are bumps on the back of my throat! they dont hurt and i dont know how long they have been there. i dont think very long. but there are alot of them. and the bumps on the back of my throat have never been this big before. i havent had any illnesses or anything but idk why my tongue has these bumps on the back. i have an obgyn appointment scheduled for a checkup, but i couldnt get in untill next month! i cant wait that long freaking out like this :(
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