Do I Have Genital Herpes (Graphic)?!

Question: Do I Have Genital Herpes (Graphic)!?
I'm thinking about having sex again and the last time I did wa sin June of 2006!. Since then I developed these bumps in my vagina near my clitoris that itch and burn and they haven't gone away or shrunk since!.

I had them examined and was told that they're not genital herpes, but an extreme case of BV!.

could then be herpes or warts!? They're flesh colored, microscopic (I can feel them) and when I squeeze them blood comes out!. Also I have the same type of bumps in the crack part of my butt and when I wipe with regular tissue that irritated them!. Sorry to be graphic!.

I'm 20 yrs old!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

yes i did read the whole thing! i'm no doctor but even though they say it's not genital herpes, it's still something!. tell them that you want treatment for whatever it is!. things like vagisil can calm down the itching, burning, and odor, and reddness if any in your vaginal area!. and like someone said, due to shaving in that area can cause reddness and bumps!. and having protected sex could be the reason as well!. someone women react horribly to latex, and/or lubrication!. just ask your doctor for a diagnosis and treatment because in a year again it could get worse!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

Genital warts may be small, flat, flesh-colored bumps or tiny, cauliflower-like bumps!. In men, genital warts can grow on the penis, near the anus, or between the penis and the scrotum!. In women, genital warts may grow on the vulva and perineal area, in the vagina and on the cervix!. Genital warts vary in size and may even be so small that you can't see them!. They can lead to cancer of the cervix in women or cancer of the penis in men!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

My Doctor specializes in Chronic bacterial vaginosis!.
I would look up a few things on the Internet because there are more than one way to treat this problem!. Also do not douche,
this causes your healthy bacteria to be washed away which make you more susceptible to these kinds of infections!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

You need to get a second opinion!. If they confirm that it is, indeed, a case of BV then you need to seek treatment for it!. They will be able to provide some kind of cream, perscription, etc!. to get rid of the bacteria!. Good luck to you - and PLEASE get a second opinion!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

I would see a different doctor if I was you!. Genital herpes look like tiny blisters in a mild case!. Go see another doctor while what ever it is is active!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

do u shave!?!?!?!?!? sometimes when u shave u get red bumps and they itch!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

Sounds like genital warts!. I would go to another dr and get a second opinion!. Good Luck & God Bless!Www@Answer-Health@Com

Go see a doctor!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

go see a drWww@Answer-Health@Com

Ask your doctor, not Yahoo Answers!. Perhaps he can diagnose you!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

is the name of a condition in women where the normal balance of bacteria in the vagina is disrupted and replaced by an overgrowth of certain bacteria!. It is sometimes accompanied by discharge, odor, pain, itching, or burning!.In most cases,The following basic prevention steps can help reduce the risk of upsetting the natural balance of bacteria in the vagina and developing BV:
Be abstinent!.
Limit the number of sex partners!.
Do not douche!.
Use all of the medicine prescribed for treatment of BV, even if the signs and symptoms go away BV causes no complications!. But there are some serious risks from BV including:
Having BV can increase a woman's susceptibility to HIV infection if she is exposed to the HIV virus!.
Having BV increases the chances that an HIV-infected woman can pass HIV to her sex partner!.
Having BV has been associated with an increase in the development of an infection following surgical procedures such as a hysterectomy or an abortion!.
Having BV while pregnant may put a woman at increased risk for some complications of pregnancy, such as preterm delivery!.
BV can increase a woman's susceptibility to other STDs, such as herpes simplex virus (HSV), chlamydia and gonorrhea!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

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