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dasiemay715 asked:

24 Oct 2012

i had sex with my boy friend 4days ago and when i was taking a shower today i noticed alot of red

bumps and rashes around my vagina and it sometimes hurts. do i have aids? someone please help me



callmeiris says:

Posted on 24 Oct 2012

I don't think that this is a sign of AIDS...I think it's an allergy to a specialist or give a Google search to see whether anyone has infor on these'll definitely find answers for your problem...


metheromantic says:

Posted on 24 Oct 2012

I agree with Iris it must be an allergic reaction to something from his skin or the condom you used....


silence_ says:

Posted on 24 Oct 2012

HIV (which becomes AIDs) does not convey any outward signs that come in the form that you describe...didn't you learn about this? But, there are other sexually transmitted infections/diseases that do. You might have to see a gynecologist to get medication and make sure that it is not the STD Genital Warts (Human Papilloma Virus HPV) or Herpes. Here are their descriptions:

Genital warts are symptoms of an STD passed on through skin contact during sexual intercourse. Warts are caused by HPV (Human Papilloma Virus), which has many different strains, not all of which produce symptoms. Warts can develop on the entrance to and inside the vagina, on the cervix, on the penis or around the anus. Warts can develop as flat smooth growths that are slightly raised, cauliflower shaped lumps, or very small pinkish or white lumps.

Genital herpes is an STD that is also passed on through skin contact, usually during sexual intercourse. Herpes may cause itching or tingling sensations in the genital or anal area, as well as small fluid-filled blisters that burst leaving small painful sores. These open sores can cause pain when passing urine over them (especially in women).

Please get medical help ASAP to get it treated.

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