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White polyps on gumline, roof of mouth, floating in stool. Bumps pop up on legs, buttocks. Herpes test negative. What's wrong?

I have white polyps that surface, go away, and resurface on my gumline and the roof of my mouth. There's also some sort of substance coming out when I urinate. It usually comes out in the first burst of urine which cause it to trickle at first and then I pee normal. I can see it floating in the stool. I've been exposed to std's before but had them treated. I also get bumps that pop up on my legs and buttocks. After a while they burst (usually from scratching them) and emit puss and blood. Then a sore remains and the scab over after a few hours. This has been going on for about 3 years. I went to the doctor about 2 years ago because I had sex with a woman who later told me she had herpes but my test came back negative. I recently went to the doctor to have the thing in my urine examined but I wont get my results until next week and I'm pretty nervous. Also my girlfriend and I have unprotected sex and she never gets pregnant but keep getting vaginosis. Her vagina emits a yellowish fluid and smells pretty bad. It didn't do this before having sex with me. We're scared . What's wrong?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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There is some form of sexually transmitted disease in you and your partner.

This will be recurring frequently due to cross infection from your partner to you and vise verse.

Both of you need to get treated for the infection after the test result completely.

Until that time you need to have protected sex to avoid cross infection.
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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