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crumpbit
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i had sex two days ago with my boyfriend for the first time and we didnt use a condom. it has been a while since i have had sex without a condom and i have a very sensitiye vagina, but starting this morning the hole of the vagina is so itchy. in and around it and i dont know why. its freaking me out im scared it could be an sti. my discharge is normal its just insanely itchy. any suggestions?

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atm1
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Most likely, it some sort of bacterial infection or a yeast infection. You can get treatment for either by seeing a general doctor.

Did you use some other method of birth control?

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