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confusedTEEN15
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okay so i shared a vibrator with someone && didn't use a condom. but that was like almost 9 months ago. then today i found this little red bump in my bikini area. could this be an std/sti and if it is how do i go to a doctor without my parents finding out??? PLEASE HELP I AM REALLY SCARED.

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OWL Dan
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There is more than one likely possibility as to what that bump may be, such as a pimple or an infected hair, besides being a symptom of a STI. Does your school have a nurse or a student health clinic? You could try going there and describe to them what you have and ask their advice as to what to do. Another possibility would be to go to a family planning or women’s health clinic in your area. Many of them use a sliding scale for their fees, based on your ability to pay. If you need help find one, let us know your zip code and we will help you search for one.

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