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What are these red rash on my vagina after having unprotected sex ?

I am 30 years old, weigh 60 kilos. Just finished my period yesterday. Have had unprotected sex twice in November of last year. Noticed over the past week that i have had a slight red rash on my virgina, where the hair is ment to be. i undertake lazar and shave in between when needed. The rash is not itchy nor do i have any discomfort, although the more i focus on the area the more i sense some tingling. A few weeks ago i also noticed a small lump on the inside of my vigrina wall - it was very hard to the touch, but again not sore or uncomfortable in any way and disapeared like it was never there a few days later I am a little concerned i mayhave an STD - does this sound like it could be?
Asked On : Sat, 28 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,
From signs and symptoms it does not seems that you may have any STD.
You are not having any vaginal discharge or any urinary complain.
You might have some infection like dermatitis on the part.
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The lump in the vagina is also not there.
Keep the part clean and hygienic,
If there is no improvement consult dermatologist to rule out std or other problem.
ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 28 May 2011
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