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Suffering from fever and soreness in vagina. Is it due to unprotected sex?

I had a fever 3 days ago and it went away. But it came back yesterday and it went away today. On tuesday, I saw that I had a sore in my vagina . I had unprotected sex. my Partner doesnt have any std s. today i saw my sore turned white. It doesnt hurt when I pee. My urine color is normal. My discharge is normal. i dont know what it is and i am freaking out.
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there.

I note you said the 'sore' appeared on 'tuesday'. It is unclear what 'day' the fever started & if my understanding is right, you say the sore appeared 3 days after the fever. These things are important as they help us establish a clinical diagnosis.

Next, i advise a round of blood tests eg VDRL/STS, urine routine & a vaginal swab test & perhaps a swab test from the sore & do a gram stain on the same to see if any organisms isolated; also a IgG & IgM Herpes tests.

Relax. There is always a scientific reason for everything & the treatment will be based on the results. Please do consult a venreologist nearest you or feel free to contact me on healthcaremagic.com anytime using the ask-a-doctor feature shopuld you desire privacy. Good Luck!

Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD
Dermatologist, Cosmetologist, Venereologist
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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