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Lately Ive been extrmely concerned about getting tested for STD's. It's something that ive been wanting to do for a long time but never got around to doing. Recently ive been concerned. I woke up this morning and found a little pimple on the upper lip above my vagina. Now, i dont know if thats from my pants rubbing or what. Even if so, i want to get tested, but when i check online for sites, its far too costly, and its noth at i wouldn't pay, but i simply cant afford it, any suggestions.
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You can look for a Planned Parenthood in your area, or other sexual health clinics. Many of these clinics offer free services or services on sliding scales.
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