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Mike2026

Ok So I had unprotected sex with a girl about 5 days ago and the day after I had masturbated an abnormal amount for whatever reason. The following day I noticed my urethra and penis had a bit of pain and then I began to have abnormal pelvic pain, though the lymphnodes in my groin area were not swollen or sensitive. After about three days the pelvic pain continued and my urethra soreness continued as well despite my lack of masturbation. I have also had abnormal headaches and my usual lower back pain as an active athlete. No sores or lesions of sorts just a couple of red spots as I had shaved recently before having the unprotected sex and all these red spots are painless and do not itch. I have also had a constant urge to pee. I am on a rollercoaster of convincing myself that I do not have it and then hitting the internet with my symptoms and going into a panic that I could have HSV 2. Am i being a hypochondriac or should I be worried? Thanks guys

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Mike2026

@WilsonInAus You've helped me before what do you think?

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WilsoInAus

And I’ll help you up until the second coming.

I think this is an unhealthy dose of imaginitis as far as herpes is concerned. Wouldn’t you agree?

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RainyDay2

Your situation sounds somewhat  similar to mine.  Got exposed to an HSV2 positive woman, the next day I beat off and notice my uretrha area and penis tip area isnt feeling right. It tingles, and is mostly noticeable when in sitting down.  Doesnt hurt to pee though.  3 days later my armpit lymph node swells up and is sore to touch, and then the next day a big hard bump swells up in my pubic hair region.  Then the itchiness started.  You seem to have a few more bumps than I did, but mine didnt look like typical herpes either.  My doctor said it was an ingrown hair.  But all over the internet I later come to find out that herpes can look like damn near anything, including an ingrown hair.  

My blood tests have yet to turn positive so that’s my only hope of being negative for HSV-2 right now.  But im hoping it’s something else.

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