I just found my original thread of questioning, here is what I wrote you early this morning:
Ok, I realize here I am again on this forum, especially after being tested for Herpes back in November 2014 and coming out ok, however the symptoms have prompted me to ask you a question.
I am with the same partner as I was with when my ex-boyfriend notified me about his HSV2 diagnosis. My partner and I are still using condoms religiously for penile/vaginal sex and no I have not seen any test results for him. (I know) We last had sex this Thursday and my vaginal opening was very sensitive and itchy. The sex was uncomfortable and it burned to urinate the next morning, especially near the skin around the hymen and the vaginal opening was pretty sore and swollen.
I am on the pill and close to the very end of my pack, I notice my vagina environment does change as the hormone level lowers. Last Saturday my partner and I did have sex, both oral and vaginal/penile, always with condoms, however oral sex is unprotected. The lower region did itch, but the itch has gotten worse, I have also noticed a creamy white discharge.
Coupled with the one red bump on the inner labia near the vaginal opening, its raised and red, and the discharge, the itch, is this a primary herpes infection. I am planning on going to an urgent care facility in the morning because this is frightening. All in all, I did this to myself. I swear I saw a weird white/grey nodule on his scrotum when I performed oral sex.
I will keep you posted and perhaps its time to leave this guy alone and be along for a while.
Your response was:
I cannot remember the circumstances of your previous post. I don’t remember if you had been tested negative or not. As much as herpes worries you, I am very surprised that you would be having sex with someone that has not been tested for herpes antibody. I know you know. If you have a specific bump that is tender it’s probably a good idea that you are going to an urgent care facility to have it checked out. The itching concerns me far less. Women have lots of genital itching as do men and frequently that is due to yeast or fungus that is in the area and likes very much to grow in dark moist tissue. Let me know what the urgent care facility says about your bump. If you have not yet gone, be sure that they use PCR to swab the bump if at all possible. As for the bump on his scrotum, those are common in men and it is likely a sebaceous cysts. When you post more, please fill me in a little bit on your history without going into great detail.
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My last test result was:
Component Standard Range Your Value Flag
HSV 1 IGG, EIA <0.90 0.10
HSV 2 IGG, EIA <0.90 0.27
Hsv 1 IgM Negative Negative
HSV 1 TITER REFLEX Not indicated
HSV 2 IGM, QUAL Negative Negative
HSV 2 TITER REFLEX Not indicated
11/12/2014 12:46 PM
11/17/2014 12:02 PM
Going to planned parenthood soon.