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Do painful bumps in the vagina indicate STD ?

My boyfriend and I have been having sex 2-4 times a day. But we have taken a few days off because I have started bleeding after the intercourse. I have not had my period yet, but I have these bumps in my vagina area and i dont know what its called but the inside of me seams swollen and it hurts to pee. He is the first guy I have ever had sex with. What does this mean? Do I need to start freaking out about having an STD?
Asked On : Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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The bumps could be an std and should be evaluated by a physician. They could be herpes which are blisters that pop and scab over. They could also be growing condyloma or venereal warts. A Dr should be able to examine them and make an accurate diagnosis
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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HIV AIDS Specialist Dr. (Prof). Ram's  Response
YES IF YOU DONOT KNOW GUY THEN YOU SHOULD KNOW HIM,PLEASE GET EXAMINED BY A DOCTOR AND SEND DICHARGE FROM YOUR VAGINAL SWELLINGS FOR EXAMINATIONS,IF NOT PERIOD YOU SHOULD WAIT TILL 5 WKS AND THEN DO URINE FOR PREGNANCY TEST,NEVER DO SEX WITHOUT CONDOM WITH UNKWON GUY.PROF.RANJU
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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