I was asked by an OSD student today to take her laundry out of the washer into the dryer. I'm too nice and couldn't say no, so I did and a lot of her laundry was underwear. Now I'm afraid that she might of had a std like herpes, HIV, syphilis or any of the other std's. I keep washing and sanitizing my hands but worried they're around my room since I touched stuff. What if I had small cuts on my hand that I couldn't see? I hate that I'm too nice, and now since I ate using my hands I'm worried I might get herpes or syphilis or some serious std that will threaten my life.View Thread
I went to the ER yesterday because I have this constant ongoing vaginal irritation and somewhat of a lot of discharge. I've been diagnosed before with bv and yeast a few times in the past 8 months. The doctor took a look inside my vagina which was painful since I'm a virgin. She didn't look at the cervix because she didn't have the equipment long enough to see that far, also the er doesn't offer Pap smears and I'm only 20. I masturbated in the past without washing my hands and I know a few times in high school years at home I experimented putting my finger inside my vagina without clean hands. I guess I was around 15 or 16 can't really be sure though. I know hat viruses can live on surfaces and now I'm terrified that I've been masturbating with dirty hands since maybe 5 years that I contracted hpv and now I already have cervical cancer and that's why I have irritation and discharge. The er found nothing abnormal so far. Also, sometimes when I go in to get check they don't find yeast or bv but just say its normal irritation I'm feeling. I don't know what to do since I'm going crazy thinking I already have cancer.View Thread
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