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4 nights ago I was suffering from slight vaginal discomfort/itching so I took a look downstairs to discover 2 very small red bumps and 3 dark red, flat, asymetrically shaped "open wounds".

They were not painful at first, but by morning had become very shallow craters, yellow/whitish in color, not emitting or giving off, but containing thick white "goop".

Directly before I first noticed them I have been feeling "headachey" and "feverey" and have developed quite a cough.

Now, 4 days later, the craters remain the way they were, painful and uncomfortable, with a red border. They do not appear to be healing.

Urination is almost unbearable. Extremely painful, to the point that I have completely eliminated any liquid from my diet to avoid it.

I don't, however, understand how I came in contact with either the HSV-1 or HSV-2 virus.

I did have hand-genital contact about 7 days ago, his to mine, but I am absolutely positive that he does not have the HSV-2 virus, and, although we can't be positive, the HSV-1 either. He has never had any previous sexual contact and also has never had a cold sore.

I am quite worried about the situation, especially because it is very painful and does not appear to be subsiding, but I don't understand how it could be genital herpes.

Any thoughts? Thanks.

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Need to go to a doctor... could be herpes... could be boils... ingrown hair... shaving breakouts.... I had a boil once that was similar.... but best thing is to see a doctor... get meds.. get better....

I know people are afraid to get diagnosed... but knowledge is power...

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Also, they aren't clustered together, or very close at all for that matter.

And they are located on either side of my inner labia, near the vaginal opening and also urethra.

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Oh hun you really do need to see the doc ASAP!! It doesn't matter if you don't think it's herpes b/c the sores aren't clusterd or whatever.Sores and bumps in that area are not suppsoed to be there and they need to be taken care of!

You also need to keep drinking.I know you don't want to cuz it "burns" right?Urine is acidic and stings like crazy when it gets on the sores.You need to drink LOTS of water to dilute the urine.Avoid anything with caffiene and citrus drinks and fruits.When you do pee you can poor some lukewarm water over yourself to help dilute the urine as well.I try and move my labia away from the stream of urine to avoid some sting.Then wash up real well after.

Please do see a doc and get better soon!!

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      Hi @Anxious 1234 Did you get diagnosis for this?
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