ok im a pretty freaked out at the moment....so i am a virgin however my bf and i have dry humped but then his penis was on my vagina and around my anus...skin to skin. So about a week later i spot a bump between the outer lips of my vagina but it went away and i thought it was an ingrown hair but now my around my vagina and anus itches...however he has no bumps or anything is it possible he could have given me anything or is it just from shaving? or could it be a yeast infection im am unbeliveably scared and i cant tell my parents they dont even know i have a bf because he is the first...
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Chloee, understand that any unprotected genital contact between a male and female can result in a pregnancy or STI risk. That is something you need to take into consideration-- it may be called "dry humping" but it's certainly not always dry and still presents a set of risks.
Unfortunately, we cannot tell you for sure what the bumps may be. We're not doctors, however I suggest that you find a reliable older friend or adult who can take you to a doctor if your parents are not approachable at all. You will want to visit a doctor because the beginnings of an infection, if this is the case, is something you will not want to leave untreated.
I understand that you are scared, but making your parents aware of your boyfriend and of your situation frequently has its benefits. Sometimes when these things appear to be secret, it's not a very good sign-- it causes people who care about you to worry about why the relationship is secret.
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