Okay now i'm freaked out o__O I mentioned small white dots before, and maybe I should be posting this in the same thread, and I'm sorry if I was supposed to, but this just moved from fear of innocent looking white dots to herpes O__O.
I always thought that the second one was normal because i've had them for a while, and they don't itch or hurt, but mah gad! I do NOT want to transmit this kind of thing to my girlfriend, and if it indeed is herpes or some other form of STD, I am never ever going to have any form of sex again, and I will definitely not transmit this! Hopefully my girlfriend doesn't have it already, I mean she has no outward signs of it so hopefully that is a good sign that she didn't get anything! Blarg! TT______TT this is pretty disheartening, and I am definitely going to a dermatologist, in fact I have already made an appointment for october the 13th. I really really hope it is "nothing" as my family doctor said. T___T, but then again my family doctor didn't really give me an STD screening, not that I even know what one's like, he just took this wooden prodding thingy, took a look, and said it was nothing. T___T, I'm really really hoping it's nothing because it really doesn't hurt at all! WAAAAH TT___TT I feel like crying T___T. I sincerely hope that if I in fact do have herpes, that she gave it to me and not the other way around, because I honestly don't care if she gave it to me, I'll still like her all the same, but I realy really don't want to ruin her life and any of her other sexual encounters if she decides to leave me TT___TT. I only started noticing the things on the first picture after the first time we had oral sex, but the ones in the second picture i've had for as long as i could remember, like maybe ever since I was 11 or 12. TT___TT.
My girlfriend has never had sexual contact with anyone else before, and same goes for me. If i ruined everything because of this then I will really hate myself.
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If your family doctor's already taken a look and said it's nothing, the odds are that is is nothing - it's not unusual for genital tissue to have odd lumps and bumps.
Getting screened for STDs is a really smart idea for anyone who's sexually active, but it doesn't sound like you need to panic.
And if you did have an STD, that's not a reason to hate yourself or feel that you've "ruined everything" - it just means you'd need to be responsible, practice safer sex, and be honest with any partners.
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