Okay. This is sorta crazy. But I'm in high school and in the past few months have started having casual sex with a few different guys. Well 3 to be exact. There's only been 8 times of actually intercourse, but all three of them I know have slept with other people. So I guess im really concerned. I had sex a week ago with two of them in one night and now a week later there is kinda a tiny swollen bump on my vagina and its like intense soreness and tenderness when I touch it. I've had this feelings before but it eventually went away after a couple days, so could it just be I was stretched a lot or that they went too rough? Really concernd though, like my mom knows I have had sex and would help me out, but I don't want to have to approach her about it unless I know it's serious. I looked up symptoms of STDs and it sounds like I might have herpes. Do you think so?View Thread
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