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Theairplanelanded

Hi guys I am worried if I got herpes. I have gone to the doctor and they have all said I am fine, I recently had Oral sex from a girl I met. I had it done two times. The first time I was fine and the next time, I felt pain in my urine.  Uti tests and stds tests expect for Herpes was done and I was good. The pain went away but I have these red sores and I am confused if they are anything? The doctor said they are normal but I just want some feedback. Thank you guys please comment.  My pictures are there 

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WilsoInAus

Looks most like fordyce spots to me. Yeast and bacteria would also be higher in your list than herpes.

Overall though, they look like normal fordyce spots.

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Theairplanelanded

@WilsoInAus Thank you! Even that picture that looks like a red sore ? I honestly have felt irritated but only when I over think. I’ve read some people don’t even have any symptoms but not one pictured looks like it? Thank you 

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Gems

I looked at one photo. Bit personal. Herpes is very hard to diagnose. Some people never have symptoms or only a mild ache that may not even be visible, or an area that looks and feels chaffed. Bloods can be hard to get as can swabs. Do not panic but do not walk away thinking you may be fine if you are not. Most people I think wait a certain time to take the antibody tests and also do western blot. Use a condom for oral and be careful with partners, the time since they had the last partner and testing. Doctors can let you walk away fine when you are not.

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