Blisters on vagina after first time sex.

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Good morning! I recently had sex for the first time ever with my boyfriend last Saturday. We were both virgins at the time. I noticed the day after we had sex that I had blisters around my outer labia and I'm assuming a rash? The blisters and rash are not painful though. Then I noticed a lot of whits vaginal discharge (assuming a yeast infection, but treating now with Montisat ) and a bad odor the day after. The odor went away 2 days later and now it's back to normal.  I've been freaking out lately because it's scaring me. We had unprotected sex for only a few minutes and then he put on a condom. The condom was latex and I just immediately assumed that I had a latex allergy, but then I did further research and now I am just unsure.  If we are both virgins, what could it be?

Here are a few pics

The first pic is 4 days after sex

The second pic is 2 weeks before sex

 

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    Correction: The first pic is 2 weeks before sex, 

    and the second pic is 4 days after sex. 

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    Don't be worried kinda looks like genital warts, I would go to the doctor if I was you and have them check it out
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    So you have a yeast infection before y'all even made love which is a stressor for your vagina. That's plain and simple. Very interesting that you were both virgins. No one has to penetrate anyone to give them herpes so with what have you guys ever just rubbed on somebody that their privates it could still be transmitted are you 100% sure he's a virgin? Has he ever had oral sex been given to him by someone with a fever blister? Have you ever had anyone rub their penis against your privates? Answer these questions I may be able to figure it out thank you God bless also Yasmin a blood test will confirm herpes on either one of you so what happened when he found out you have bumps.
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