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There's quite a few online resources for how to care for your area down there as well as safe sex. Mild soaps at most and condoms are your friend. Getting tested between partners is also a good idea as you could be passing it along to others unknowingly as women generally go asymptomatic for STI's or have mild symptoms and so they go undiagnosed. Although the fml does not provide enough information to know if you were in fact responsible but If you're not responsible enough to have safe and responsible sex you should not be having sex.

Is the FML here that you have two diseases and only one symptom? Should I hope you get the symptoms you deserve?

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There's quite a few online resources for how to care for your area down there as well as safe sex. Mild soaps at most and condoms are your friend. Getting tested between partners is also a good idea as you could be passing it along to others unknowingly as women generally go asymptomatic for STI's or have mild symptoms and so they go undiagnosed. Although the fml does not provide enough information to know if you were in fact responsible but If you're not responsible enough to have safe and responsible sex you should not be having sex.

Is the FML here that you have two diseases and only one symptom? Should I hope you get the symptoms you deserve?

Amanda G Rich 23

bacterial vaginosis isnt sexually transmitted. So you probably had issues with your flora before the encounter. stds happen at least it's treatable. find a good gyno and good luck. ignore all the slut shaming by the way.

BV can be sexually transmitted as well. In this case, it sounds likely it was.

If I read the tea leaves correctly, today’s lesson is that it is possible to get or transmit a Sexually Transmitted Infection even with non-reproductive sexual contact - IE even if the penis and vagina do not meet you can still catch something. OP you need to see a doctor to help you deal with this. That’s the only one who can help you.

At least you had something to alert you, I guess. many times women have zero symptoms. One more reason to practice safer sex and be an advocate of regular testing.