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No diagnosis yet. I haven’t had sex in 3 months, this just popped up yesterday. No warning. I have had sex with 2 men in the last 10 years and they were both this year. One unprotected, we both were tested and negative for everything. No hsv test since neither of us had symptoms. The ulcer is near my clitoris. The only thing I can think of is possibly friction from suction vibrator a couple days before this showed up. Please help, I’m terrified. 

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Update: a little over 24 hours since I took the picture and the small spot is gone. The larger spot is maybe a third of the size. Would herpes disappear that quickly? Especially for a first outbreak?

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Hi @Charlee

Everyone is different, but typically the first outbreak is quite painful and lasts usually around a week. Something that is gone in 24 hours does not sound like HSV. Friction or something else might have caused the issue you experienced.

Hope this helps.

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On 11/27/2020 at 8:12 AM, Charlee said:

No diagnosis yet. I haven’t had sex in 3 months, this just popped up yesterday. No warning. I have had sex with 2 men in the last 10 years and they were both this year. One unprotected, we both were tested and negative for everything. No hsv test since neither of us had symptoms. The ulcer is near my clitoris. The only thing I can think of is possibly friction from suction vibrator a couple days before this showed up. Please help, I’m terrified. 

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Did you check for HPV when you did the STD test? It looks like it to me. There is new vaccine for HPV out these days, Go test yourself again. And if positive for HPV get the newest vaccine, I dont remember the name of it, but it works for people with the virus as well as preventing according to experienced people on the internet.

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I didn’t get an hpv  test, but wouldn’t that be warts? It’s flat, like a canker sore. Doesn’t look like a wart to me. 
I was wrong about the little spot being totally gone, it is still a tiny spot. But hardly hurts at all and I only feel it if I press on it

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