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I went through something traumatic and I'm still dealing with it right now as we speak. My boyfriend at the time took advantage of me and had sex with me without a condom, I didn't want to engage in it cause it wasn't safe. Ever since he took advantage of me against me will I feel like I have something cause something that I felt after sex was over but I felt it moments afterwards when he left my house and I was laying on my bed crying. I really tried to push him off of me but he was being dominant of me and kept pushing me downward on the bed and had his way with me. This isn't the first time like this has happened to me and now it's making me not want to trust men anymore and I feel so ashamed. Cause all my life I've wanted nothing but love and compassion and all I found were men who abused me, emotionally and verbally. Men who were psycho or a sociopath. I dated one guy who was psychopathic and I escaped him and now my recent boyfriend was sociopath and I was too stupid and blind to see it. He was so charming and sweet, but that's how sociopath's are right? I know this isn't an abusive site, but based on what I felt after sex was over with, I feel like I have herpes 2. I felt something weird go over my vagina and than it went towards my butt area. And than I felt itchy after sex too and I know after sex it's probably possible to itch especially if you have herpes right? At the time I was recovering from a yeast infection but he didn't care. He took advantage of me and I feel used and so low. This is the 2nd time that I've been raped. But the first time I was raped by anal. I'm sorry for so much info and trauma but I needed to get it out. I'm so paranoid right now and I feel like my life will be over if he gave me herpes 2. Especially since I've been raped. The police are going to get him into custody soon and I told my mom that I think I might have herpes 2 but she keeps saying No you don't, stop saying that. :( Please don't remove my thread.

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Hey Rose, I'm so sorry this happened to you. I do not think you have herpes. You wouldn't feel it moments after. Symptoms wouldn't appear until days or 1-2weeks after sex. I think the itchy/weird feeling was related to your yeast infection. Please make sure you see a doctor about the yeast infection, but moreso please see a mental health doctor about the trauma you have been through. I hope you find some peace soon.

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I still have a UTI and it hasn't completely gone away yet, I got this right after he left. And I still find myself sweating a little bit a little bit each night and sometimes it really makes me nervous. My left side has been hurting a lot today and I'm done with my antibiotics and I've been drinking cranberry juice like my friend told me too. I don't know why this UTI isn't completely gone away yet. It's having me freak out. When I was in the hospital cause I was detoxing off of Klonopin they kept putting me on different antibiotics but I had no pure cranberry juice. I'm sorry for posting on here and ranting about my problems but my last boyfriend slept around a lot with different people and that's what had me worry. I was always safe with him and used condoms until this traumatic thing happened to me and that's why I was so worried about me getting this. Please understand. I guess I'll see until my tests results get back. I do plan on getting to a health doctor soon. Earlier today something something else happened to me, my eyes started fluttering & rolling in the back of my head, so I think I need to go to the hospital cause I think I had a seize. Please forgive me for posting about this on here but my life is a total mess right now. :(

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This is an awful experience for you. I think though that the experience is creating concerns in your mind that won't be realised fortunately in reality. I don't think it will ultimately show you have genital herpes. This is stress, depression related.

Cranberry is not the most effective treatment for UTIs. You need the correct tablets from the doctor that changes youe chemistry down there to expunge the bacteria.

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