Hi, I am 18yo f and i became sexually active about 7 months ago, he is the first person i have had vaginal sex with and same goes for him. i have had some vaginal issues before and i think i had BV but it got better with medication. however, i am having a very alarming problem. 2 days ago we tried to have sex but I felt burning around my vaginal entrance like i had been scraped. i looked at myself with a mirror and flashlight for the first time in a while and discovered many small growths that i believe are vestibular papillae, since they look identical to the images on google. mine are all small except for farther inside. the next morning i woke up with what i believed to be a yeast infection, horrible stinging and itchingand discharge. i bought a 3day monistat kit, and after the first day of using it the nonstop burning and itching settled down, but i still noticed an intense pain when i would sit the wrong way. looked again tonight and was terrified. 2 VERY SMALL bumps on the underside of my minora, one was bright red and i thought it was a drop of blood. tried to wipe it off, huge mistake. touching it causes intense burning pain, and there is an identical one next to it that is white and also hurts. i cannot find anything like it on google, they are the size of pinheads and hurt like hell. can anyone help?
you cannot find everything in web and thus,you need a checkup.This could be a furuncle, an yeast infection with super added bacterial colonization and thus needs a treatment.Just go to your GP for a look and subsequent treatment with antibiotics.Meanwhile stop sex now for a week and do not put anything inside.
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