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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I am 16 years old, female and sexually active. My

I am 16 years old, female and sexually active. My partner is prone to cold sores, yet was not in the process of one forming when he performed oral sex. A little over a week later (last night) I noticed bumps and blisters. I'd been feeling pain in this area beforehand. This patch is itchy, sore, and quite sensitive even when just sitting down. Since the act, I've noticed abnormal vaginal discharge and I've felt aches, almost as if I was on my period (though I'm nowhere near it yet). At this point, I have determined that I probably have herpes, could you confirm this, and let me know what my options are? The main issue, is that my parents have no idea about my partner, what's more, I'm to stay away from him in the first place (irrelevant drama). So, I need a way of going about this without them finding out about my possible genital herpes. We do currently have a family doctor, but as this is a recent development, I don't know how to contact her.
Sat, 7 Jan 2017
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