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Irregular discharge, vaginal itching and, bumps with negative STD test

For anyone who could help,
For a couple months now I have been having itching on my vagina. There has been a few bumps sporadically that crust over and disappear. They bleed a little bit but not enough to be fully noticeable. I’ve also experienced grey cloudy sticky discharge and maybe sometimes brown sticky discharge. I got tested for most stds including herpes and they are all negative. What else could this be please help.  
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20803600 tn?1546262537
Have you had repeat testing including exam when the rash first shows, before they crust? Typically std testing may false negative report if it has been done too early after exposure.  Repeat testing while you are symptomatic needs to be done, along with sampling of excretions.
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I just recently got tested and the first bump appeared two moths ago. I tried to get tested later because I researched it might take a while to appear. I took the test 2-3 moths after the itching started. Yet still it was negative.
973741 tn?1342342773
COMMUNITY LEADER
Honestly, I don't know of std's that itch.  A herpes sore hurts.  Not itches.  Have you been swabbed for simple things like overgrowth of yeast?  And we can get contact dermatitis or general dermatitis from an unknown origin in the genital area. If you have an autoimmune issue, you can get this.  Does anything like vagisil wipes help or witch hazel wipes?  If you haven't been swabbed as well for infection, you should be.  The rash won't go away until the infection is treated.  So, I'd see your ob/gyn for this types of analysis.  It doesn't sound like an std to me but more alone the lines of one of these other possibilities.  Let us know.
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So I got swabbed for yeast and infection they all came up negative. I have not tried the wipes. I will  make sure to try that. My gynecologist isn’t the best on trying to find the source of the issue due to the fact I’ve only recieved oral sex  and not actual intercourse.
973741 tn?1342342773
COMMUNITY LEADER
It could be and probably IS completely unrelated to oral sex.  So, what about going to a dermatologist?  They are good for this type of thing too since you ruled out gynecological issues such as discharge issues (yeast or bacteria).  Rashes are their specialty!  I'd do this as your next step!
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