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Trying to determine if I've contracted genital herpes.

I had sex with my boyfriend last Saturday, I started my period on Sunday. I've had to start wearing pads and they tend to give me a yeast infection. This time my pad got stuck to my skin a little and I had to pull it off. That night I started to get a sore. I have no discharge, no smell, and it really doesn't itch. I have a sore and now I'm starting to get another one I think. It's painful. Idk what to do can someone help? My bf hasn't mentioned having an std and I'm sure he would say something if he was experiencing an outbreak. Some people say a yeast infection can cause this. Help please

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  • ashlyn26137 ashlyn26137 Binxy2231

    It could be a yeast infection Id go to a doctor just to be sure and to be sure that you don't got a std because the guys I've slept with in the past didn't say anything about stds but I have it Id get tested just to be sure

  • Kittygirl1404 Kittygirl1404 Binxy2231

    GH will normally look like a white ulcer with a line through it (a lesion) that can be painful and as the days go on more begin to show up. I would definitely see a doctor, in my case I was born with GH bc my mother passed it during birth, and I did not know until I just recently had an outbreak. First step is to talk to doctors then go from there. I hope everything works out for you!

    • Binxy2231 Binxy2231 Kittygirl1404

      I only have the 1 ulcer. It honestly looks like my lips are completely raw. It look just like a yeast infection, with the 1 sore. I'm applying vagisil. It helps. I'm giving it until Wednesday then I'm going to a doctor

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