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please please help me. i have Small boils that look like herpes on body

By Anonymous September 21, 2015 - 9:06am
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they are on the outside of my buttcheek. and the top of my vaginia not in it. its like a bad rash that started last summer and has happens about 5 times since. its always the same exact place on my left butt cheek and top of vaginia about 4 inches below my belly button. i kno i have hpv, im pretty Sure i now have herpes. please help. my odor has not been right for a year. my last sexual encounter will be my last. this was last summer. i dont know what this man did to me, and i am so ashamed i let it happen. anyways, afterwards i was very sick for a week with diareah and horrible stomach cramps and the inside of my vaginia was completely numb for about 6 weeks. i went to the hospital after the first week of being sick. they just said my pancreus levels were high.what do you think this could be. i kno i have to see a doctor but i guess my fear is holding me back. i want to be prepared if its somthing horrible. please help me. i have put this off long enough.thank you so much.

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER and thank you for reaching out to us with your concerns.

Please schedule an appointment with your physician as soon as possible. I can appreciate your concerns and fear. You have every right and reason to be worried. But, I cannot make a diagnosis, only a physician who can examine you, order and interpret the blood tests, can make a diagnosis.

STDs are treatable.

Elevated levels of pancreatic enzymes indicate pancreatitis, which is inflammation of the pancreas. If indeed, this is what the high pancreas levels indicate, it is treatable.


September 21, 2015 - 9:32am
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