I just left the doctors office and I am still a little confused. I had my regular pap and all and I told her about my problems in the past and told her that I thought I had bv so she checked for it and gave me the cream. Heres where I get confused: I had a bump near the opening of my vagina. It eventually popped and fluid came out and it appeared to disapear. It came back in the same spot so I brought it to her attention. She looked at it and said that it was a veneral wart. I informed her that it popped and fluid came out and it disappeared and came back. Then she said that it could just be a regular bump. SHe froze it and said it would go away soon. Before I left I asked her if she was going to do a test for hpv and she said that the more she looked at the bump the more it looked like just a regular bump that I had made worse by picking at it. So she kind of went back and forth. Everytime I asked her I got a different answer. Although she didnt seem to concerned about it I am wondering if I should worry about it. I mean she really couldn't give me a straight answer. So should I just wait for my pap results? They are probably going to come back abnormal because I have bv.
Also I had a slight fever (100) and they said that my cbc showed that my body is fighting some sort of viral infection. Thing is, I feel fine besides a few sneezes here and there (i have allergies). I'm wondering if bv causes a fever? ANd when she said viral infection i totally freaked and i automatically thought HIV. But she said if it was something serious they would know. She really wasn't answering my questions well because she was too busy cracking jokes and things so thats why im so confused and unsure about my health.
Does the viral infection thing sound serious? I just need some comforting words and some clear answers
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