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Took depo shot. Having bumps on vagina. STD?

Ok so I m 18 and its Friday and I got the depo shot on Monday. I ve been on depo before over a year ago and stopped taking it. I had my period when I got the shot and I use tampons so it was about Wednesday night I went to the bathroom to change my tampon and the one side of my vagina hurt when I was taking it out so I decided to check myself to figure out what s going on there ar some bumps down there they don t hurt and then I felt inside my vagina and just at the opening on the side (where it hurt when I took my tampons out) it felt weird bumpy. Idk what it is n idk what I should do. I am sexually active and my partner is clean from any infections and stds. I really don t think that I have an std but idk. Help please?!
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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Hello i think u are suffering with genital herpes.depo shots sometimes causes it use acyclovir 400mg three times daily for 5-7 days.check ur HIV status.apply acyclovir skin ointment
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