Discharge, Ulcers?, Inflammation, and Pain HELP! ***

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So a few days ago I noticed that I was having a lot more discharge than usual and was very itchy. The next day there was pain and I looked down there to see these ulcer like spots around the openening of my vagina and near my anus. They are very painful but they aren't oozing or crusty or anything. My discharge is a kind of snotty/watery consistency that is slightly tinted yellow but I haven't noticed any odor. I have been sexually active but never without protection as well as having serious discussion about our sexual health before moving forward. I really don't think it's Herpes but I need some kind of input because I'm freaking out big time.

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    If there is ulcerations then it is most likely to be herpes I'm afraid! Do you have pictures? Hope you get it sorted

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    Sounds like genital warts or blisters but I don't know about the discharge they say if it's yellow it can be ??an sti?

    I have this weird dischage which Is clear like gel but snotty ?an guey it's weird it's not all the time just now ??an then I was also suffering from bv I think but it's all sorted now I also had one spot which the Dr said looked like a sore it never bothered me had a yellow head to it ??an months later it's still there but does no harm its so strange an I feel drs don't have a clue tbh xx

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    yeast infections can cause blistering of the skin and abnormal discharge. However, many STD's can cause similar symptoms, so I would definitely see your doctor just to get piece of mind. 

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