I am a twenty-six year old American female of Asian descent. I had sex with a 30 year old American male of Asian descent. It was vigorous since we didn't use lube. Condom broke in between and according to him, may even have been expired. I took Aftera less than an hour after we were done, and just finished my period over this past weekend. I mention this because I understand that oral contraceptives can trigger yeast infections.
Three days later, and after summer starts and I start a job that requires me to wear suits and sometimes stockings, I experience itching all around my vagina and increased discharge. I visit my doctor on Saturday (this past Sat.) and she gives me Diflucan of which I take one dose. I took both doses and the discharge is gone and the itching is not as bad (but still happens, as I have a job where wearing restrictive, tighter clothes isn't negotiable). She also took a NuSwab panel for vaginitis (which came back positive only for yeast).
I have also had on-and-off clitoral pain. Today (two weeks and 5 days post-exposure)I noticed a small white spot on either side of my clitoris/clitoral hood. It isn't generally painful, but the area, including the spots, seems sensitive to touch (but I don't know if that's normal given the area or not.) I also have had cold sores (HSV-1), but have not had a cold sore in over ten years. I mention this because I have heard that having HSV-1 provides some immunity against the acquisition of genital HSV-1 and HSV-2.
Do I need to see a doctor about this? Should I still get a blood test for herpes-2, and if so, at what point in time is best given this exposure?