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The bumps are still there and i dont think it has any thing to do with stds help it scaring me!
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Our advice from here -- still stands.

If you give us your location, we can help you find a Planned Parenthood. Many of them work on sliding scales, so you only pay what you can.

I know you don't think this is an STD, but regardless, you need to see a doctor. You can see a doctor at Planned Parenthood (or other sexual health clinic.) If you cannot or are unwilling to see a doctor, there is nothing else we can do for you.

[ 02-08-2008, 12:45 PM: Message edited by: LilBlueSmurf ]

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