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About 2 weeks ago my vagina was ripped very badly while having sex. It went up the left side of my labia down in the crease of it. I ended up having sex again before it was full time healed which ripped it back open & caused it to be infected. I cleaned it with alcohol & peroxide along with putting neosporin or aquaphor on it to help it heal. That same day of finding out it was infected I only had a thong available to wear to work which I could feel it rubbing a spot raw in my butt close to my vagina. Later on about 3 days later other sores began to pop up. The cut itself & the spot on my buy was sore & hurt & I tried keeping them very clean. Only about one sore at a time would come up a day & they were perfectly round & red with a yellowish skin tone in the middle. They were not blisters just round sores (almost looked like canker sores) I went to the gyno she did a swab of the large cut but said she’s pretty sure it’s herpes & started me on the meds. He next day everyhing was mostly healed with the sores only being there for no more than 2 days & I had only started one pill of the herpes medication so that shouldn’t be why it’s already healed. I originally thought they were just ulcers from the original cut but my gyno seemed so sure they were herpes & I’m just not that sure about it. None of the photos of herpes I’ve seen looks anything like what I have

  on top of everything else I picked up a uti from constantly trying to keep the cut clean, before the sores popped up. I was also diagnosed with strep the day before I went to my gyno. 

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