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Had unprotected sex, round bumps on her bottom. Now I got itch, not white,hurting. Effects of an STD?

Hello, thanks for your time,
I had unprotected sex about a month ago, while doing so I noticed that my partner had round bumps on her bottom. I didn't think nothing of it at the time but about 2 months later I got something similar to a smaller degree (about 3) they didn't itch, they weren't white, and it doesn't hurt when I sat down. After taking a showe they seemed to go away and haven't come back since.. Did I experience affects of an STD or just a common skin contusion??
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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thanks for using health care magic.

Everything is possible from just skin contusion
or infection of hair follicles to STD.

In the case of infections symptoms are more
likely to persist and to be have been associated with
either itch or pains but for the case of syphilis in which
the bumps are painless.

You should get tested for syphilis and for herpes to rule
out possible infections.

Best regards and hope this helps you
Dr Achuo
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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