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Last week on tuesday me and my partner were intamite, I recieved oral for quite some time before having vaginal intercourse. There was a lot of friction It was painful as he tried to 'get in'. We stoped because it was uncomfortable for me and him as well.

Well what happen was I became sore? And it was bothersome to sit in certain ways. The next day I recieved oral but there was no peneteration. I then got my period on thursday. Nothing has happened since then. But a few days ago I felt uncomfortable down there and touched the outside of the vagina, I felt these small bumps that start around my vagina towards my butt.
They gave me an irratated feeling, made me uncomfortable to sit and was slightly itchy. But scine my period stopped it hasn't bothered me at all, but the bumps are still there

Is this a rash? could it be from the product of tampons& pads I have been using?
Or can this possibly by stds?
This is my first partner ever, and I was tested after we had been sexually active and everything came out clean.

Should I go get tested again?

Also today I put in a new nuvaring ( which hurt as i inserted it which hasn't happened before). I put it in late. I orignally was suppose to insert it at 7am but completely forgot and inserted it at 8pm, I should need another method such as condoms for 7 days right, for it to fully take affect?

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Symptoms from STIs are rarely that immediate, so it's more likely that soreness and bumpiness was from irritation. Clearly, you got irritated during sex, and then periods can further irritate the vulva, because of how much fluid winds up around the area.

Getting tested days after sex isn't generally sound, because it takes some time for infections to show up on tests. What's more sound is to just get tested as a habit -- once a year is a good choice for most people, so long as you don't change or add partners more often than that -- and then check into your healthcare provider if you have any issues or troubles between.

Given you put your ring in over 12 hours late, I'd personally advise a backup for a week, yes. But I'd also suggest holding off on any genital sex until this irritation passes.

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