CHANCROID? HERPES? ULCER?! HELP! Idk what these are!

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I realize that the bumps on my labia are VP but why are they growing longer? They weren't that long before nor were they that red, does anyone know why they're growing? Second, the white spot! I'm so scared, I don't know what it is, it happened right after the night after I had PROTECTED sex like a month ago. At first it was red and bumpy and then it turned white, its still a bump and it hurts when touched, besides that it doesn't cause me pain. I thought it was a skin irritation but then it stayed for over two weeks and now I'm just confused and worried. I'm also concerned about my urethra area, is it inflammed or abnormal?imageimageimageimageimageimageimageimage

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    I can post clearer pictures if anyone needs it

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      I went to the doctor yesterday and forgot to mention the white spot but I did ask for an STD test and she said she would take my blood and urine samples and search thoroughly for me, is that enough to identify the spot?

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      the most effective way would be to have the sore itself swabbed. i would return to the clinic. i know its scary, but you NEED to know what it is for yourself, and your sexual partners.

      please update when you receive your results as it may help someone else in your same situation.

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    so you have had this white spot for 2 weeks?

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    I don't think that a herpes ulcer would stay like this for 2 weeks. It would be good to go to the doctor because this does not look normal.

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      I had protected sex July 18th, the same night I experienced burning when urinating. And it continued like that. There was odor and the abrasion was present but felt smaller. I'm not sure if it was white right then but I do know that within a few days to a week, it was white. It has been white for 3 weeks to a month now. There is still an odor and unusual discharge. It appears to be growing larger.

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    you need to show that to a doctor. It doesn't look normal. I don't think it's herpes because you've had this for such a long time but something is wrong.

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