Sore, itchy bumps on vagina and foul odor with discharge, what is this?

Please see a . Std clinic or your gynecologist. An infection (to include a sexually transmitted disease) needs to be ruled out. Take care.
Seek medical advice. Discharge needs to be evaluated, may need std testing. Please seek medical advice for eval.

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