idk what is going on im scared vagina

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I've been diagnosed with hsv1 my whole life.I've only been with the same partner for 6 months we both tested in the beginning and came out clear.I have pnemonia and on a lot of antibiotics.last night out of know where I felt a little pain when I I checked and I found these blood looking blisters on my inner libia towards the outside.they have knots behind them.I have never had this diwb stairs at all.I'm wondering if it's because I got new scented toilet paper or the medications I'm on or if it could be something worse


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    There's only 4 and not together like cluster.truer to show a pic but don't know how to

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    It's because of your anti biotics I think, lowering your immune system - I get thrush, constantly.. the only time I don't get thrush is when I'm on my period. It's exhausting. But it tends to get a lot worse when I'm on anti biotics.

    I'd see a doctor though to make sure, go to the sexual health clinic as they specialise in this area.

    Hope you feel bettter soon

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    Hi love. Are you having unprotected sex with this partner since you both tested negative for STD'S?

    When you were tested, did you also have a blood test done. HSV2 is the sexually transmitted virus. It sounds like like you're having an outbreak, but not from HSV1. Please go to your nearest dept of health for testing.

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      I went to the doctor  sat a day after the sores appeared and was tested for everything under the sun.and everything came back negative.they even swabbed the open lesion and it came back neg for hsv1 and hsv2. from the beginning she said it didn't look like herpes.i am relieved.but she's not sure what caused the sores.

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