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im pretty sure have a Molluscum Contagiosum!

i am yet to see my doctor... thing is i just sorta of found the symptoms.. which i have been looking up about.. and im worried because i only just found the little red bumps and i had unprotected sex with my soon to be bf
(we arnt going out offically yet and probably wont now! [Frown] )and then two days ago i found them... and he has no idea! and i dont know if i should say anything... i feel horrible! ohh and i have one on my eye too, what the hell!!

so im going to see my doctor about it.. and i know i should probably talk to 'him.' but i dont want to at all!

im pretty sure my ex gave me this.

altho ive heard its really easy to catch.

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Get yourself to a doctor and ask for a full STD screen. If you suspect you have an STD and you're afraid you might have passed it on, give your partner a heads up so he can get STD tests done, as well.

If you're honest with him about this, I seriously don't see why it would be a reason for terminating a relationship.

For the future? Remember those regular STD check ups!

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