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DominatingH

Hey,

Been surfing a lot and trying to figure out what the hell is going on with me. Here is what happened. Two weekends ago (9 days ago) i met a girl at a bar and we ended up making out and she gave me oral. Everything seemed normal on her and I even asked her, after, if I needed to get checked out and she laughed and said NO. WHO KNOWS?!?

I did not do anything with her as far as giving her oral sex or having unprotected sex with her.

Last wednesday I went to the doctor to get checked out for a skin itch on my head. He gave me an anti-biotic and i was on my way. Just been stressing that she did have something hardcore since like last tuesday. Got checked out wednesday too for all other STD's other than HERPES and HIV. All other STDs came back NEGATIVE. Now i am freaking about about HERPES or HIV or something.

So on last thursday, everything on my body was fine but i did burn my tongue, i think, on some hot pizza, and i noticed a small blemished reddened area. That friday i started the antibiotics that i am currently on and have for 2 more days. My tongue has started going crazy and is all disfigured, white, bumpy, white lines, red spots. None of it hurts and i havent really gotten a sore throat from it.

Today i went into my doctor as i expressed that i was stressed about getting an std the first time i went into the doctor but made this appointment, today, for my tongue. I went in and he looked me over and thinks that it really is a thrush infection. So he put me on nystatin and i just started taking that 4x a day. I have also just been been feeling over my body just out of peer paranoia and it seems that my throat is a little hardened when i tilt my head up.

Someone please help me out. My doctors seems to really think that it isn't herpes... What the H*** is going on with me?!?!?!?!?

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~Z

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jonneynocs

I wish I were in your shoes with your symptoms. You are stressing out over nothing I think. I do that allot too.

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