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What are the symptoms for herpes infection ?

I had unprotected sex about 9 days ago and I am terrified of contracting herpes I felt like i had the flu a few days ago had a fever and stomach pains, there were no symptoms down there though. Fever went away but i still have terrible stomach pains and indigestion Im stressing out way too much but when i checked down there i noticed two small red bumps on the outside of my labia, they dont hurt to the touch but they are there and have been there for about a day. They are slighly irritated. If these were herpes sores they would hurt right? Could this just be normal irritation?
Asked On : Tue, 17 May 2011
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It may be due to irritation in the vagina or bruises on the part causing infection in the vagina.
but you had unprotected sex before 9 days we should think of STD.
You consult STD specialist and seek his advice.
Answered: Tue, 17 May 2011
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