Blister like bump on Vulva

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i have a blister like sore on my vulva. Im having no other symptoms (except discharge) of HSV2. what is your opinion? Theres only 1 bump, and it does hurt to be touched, but i also just shaved 1 day ago.image

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    ingrown hair

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    here is an updated picture. i went to the doctor, they didnt swab me. but they did a urine sample and also blood test. said it will be back in 2-3 days

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    results are in, they just called. Negative cor HSV1 and HSV2. However, tested positive for trichomoniasis, Chlamydia, and Gonorrhea. they sent in my meds, and im heading to pick those up. i looked up the symptoms for all of those, and none include thr bumps im having ... can those still cause the same bumps?

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    were the negative hsv results a swab or a blood test? was your exposure recent? one should wait at least 4 months to blood test to get a more accurate result

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    blood test, they didnt swab. im not sure that ive even been exposed, because i dont think my partner has herpes, but now im unsure

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    yea you should get a igg blood test for herpes to be 100% sure. people sometimes have the hsv virus and are asymptomatic, so you could carry preciously or your bf currently have it and not even know. When i meant exposure, one should get a blood test 4 months after their last intimate encounter. Pcr swabs arent always accurate esp after 48 hrs

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