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bumps???
Nov 20, 2002

Hey i am looking for some information. The other week I had unprotected oral sex performed on me from a girl. A 2 days later a trio of small bumps showed up on my back in a cauliflower pattern and were quite itchy. There were two sets of theses raised red spots on my lower back about underwear line and then a flesh colored cauliflower shaped trio on my outer arm near my wrist. I as well developed some smaller ones on my legs that were red and raised not all were cauliflower shaped. They went away in a little over a week. And now for the past month or two i have had an irritable rectum, seems when i wipe done there or sweat it seems as though i am chaffed. I examined the are but there is nothing there???? can anyone help????

Response from Mr. Kull

I can never tell anyone in this forum what their symptoms are related to. You should never try to diagnose yourself over the internet, and should always get an accurate diagnosis from a doctor. It is particularly important to see a doctor when symptoms possibly related to sexually transmitted infections are present. With some STIs, a doctor is only going to be able to make a useful diagnosis by taking a look at the symptoms.

Read up on STIs for more information.

RMK



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