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Bumps on the pubic area after shaving, had unprotected sex. Worrisome?

Four months ago I had unprotected sex, the guy I know gets around although he claimed he didn t have anything after I said no constantly it happened. But only for no more than 4 mins. today I shaved for the first time since I had sex {four months] and noticed I had bumps {pimple} look a like near the pubic bone. I m really concerned, and yes I realized having unprotected sex was completely dumb on my part. I m about to be 17 also my mom doesn t know I m sexually active..
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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Hello dear,

The guy you had sex with may be having a sexually trasmitted infection and he may have infected you. You must consult a doctor and take treatment for this. Its best to take your Mom in confidence. Avoid having unprotected intercourse, not only does it cause S.T.I. but unwanted pregnancy will prove to be very harmful for your health at this age.

take care.
Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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