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I had sex with someone who was way to big. And he tore me. At first I was just bleeding and now I have pus filled lumps on my vagina. I went to the doctors today and she said I might have herpes. I really hope I don’t have herpes. My question is: is it always herpes if your private parts have pus filled lumps? Please tell me there’s a chance that it isn’t; I’m really scared

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    Also I gave him a BJ and I have nothing in my mouth or does that even matter?
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    It is possible yeah but I wouldn't worry too much. Most of the sexually active population has some form of it either genital or oral. For the majority it's a couple of outbreaks and settles down after a year or two. A lot

    Of people don't even get symptoms and condoms arent a great barrier against it either so unless you're going to be abstaining forever you could pick it up from someone who doesn't even know they have it. Please don't worry. I lived in a house with loads of people at uni and most of them had cold sores!! I had an itch once down there and thought it was that - went to the Gynae and turns out it wasn't but it doesn't mean I don't have it - just really hard to test for or diagnose. Don't waste a minute worrying of it just be safe. Xxx

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      Thank you, I am just really scared cause herpes is there forever and that scares the lights out of me. I’m just hoping that it’s not to save me from being so scared
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      I contracted genital herpes from my daughters father after he got out from jail.

      I’ve had one out break, it was absolutely horrible but I got through it. It might be for life but that doesn’t mean you’ll always have an outbreak. 

      It’s not as bad as it seems. 

      You just have to be a little more careful when having sex. 

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    Try not to stress too much and just wait for the results. Herpes will be in your system for life, but that doesn't mean you will necessarily have more outbreaks. Some people have 1 outbreak and then it never happens again.

    They've estimated 3.7 billion people under 50 have HSV-1 and 417 million people under 50 have HSV-2 globally.

    It is so common!

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