Is this an STD? sorry...(photos) *female* professional advice pls

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so ive only ever had one sexual partner and yeah we had no condom sex, i was on the pill fyi, and i was also on the last day of my period ie; little to no blood. he has been in relationships before me and he was my first time. but a day after we had sex(this wasnt the first time we did, we've done it many times.) i noticed a really pungent smell its just not quite right , and i had a self check and i noticed these tiny bumps , i am unsure if i had had them already. (unlikely as i'm a newbie right??) im scared as to what this is like its mildy uncomfortable . (pic is of the urethra area between the lips.) is it a UTI?? HPV? or nothing at all could it just be the texture of the area?

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    also the white areas are light reflections

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    hey I'm currently having the same issue. i have one sexual partner we only had sex once and we didn't use a condom .ofc he had other relationships before me. A few days after our first encounter i felt really irritated ,itchy & I had a thick white discharge with little to no scent, probably a yeast infection. I was also on antibiotics the week before i had sex. This is how it looked when i noticed it image

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    i got my period like 3 days after and the irritation and itching went away and this is how it look on the last day of my period image

    my period has ended six days ago and i started to feel a slight irritation again and this is what it looks like now image

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    they look like vestibula papillomatosis of u have a smell wat does it smell like its common to get bacterial vaganosis after sex it smells fishy

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