Hi I have a lot of questions because I am a worrywort and think everything bad is wrong with me. I just lost my virginity and I am 23. Before i did I never had oral sex and I never did anything to a guy, the only thing I had done to me was being fingered. Only one time did a guy for like 10 seconds kindof go down on me but i stopped him. I just noticed because I started shaving everything. between my butt and the opening of the vagina a few bumps they are not clumped like vaginal warts but they are kind of like hanging skin.It scares me because I dont know if they will spread or what they are. I read it takes 3 to 8 months for warts to appear but I dont know if you can get them from being fingered It does not hurt when I pee but I am itchy a lot. I do take birth control pills and I read that they sometimes can make you itch. I usually itch for a day but sometimes it itches really bad. Also I dont know if after sex you can itch. I also sometimes will get a white thick discharge on my underwear but have never gone to doctor for a yeast infection. Also could I be itchy from soap because right now im a little itchy when I took a shower it has made me itchy today. Im just scared because I dont want to have anything if I just started to have sex and give it to someone else. Please Help. Also he is negative on any diseases. since Im on birth control and we are in a serious relationship can I still get pregnant if he pulls out even though im on birth control? Im just scared about the bumps because they say they can be inside of you and not even know it and it can cause you to not be able to have kids. I just really need to know about the bumps and about the itching. I dont think its herpes because the symptoms are there. Please Helpppp Im so worried I have something bad. Also when I went to the doctors the doctor said my pee had a lot of white blood cells so that meant either I had a vaginal infection or a urniary infection. Dont know if thats causing the itching. So is it only through oral, anal, and sex your can get stds?