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So first off I have had unprotected vaginal sex 43 days ago. Following that interaction I developed a burning sensation while urinating. I decided to go to a STD clinic to get checked up and they sent my urine for Chlamydia and gonorrhoea which both came back negative however they had already prescribed me with azithromycin 1 gram before the results. As this sensation did not stop after a couple of days I went back and the person there said it’s in my head and gave my a one week dose of doxycycline again. After taking that the symptoms still did not stop so I decided to go to a family physician close to where I live they did all the routine tests again and this time including Trichomoniasis which all came back negative. 

I have only redness inside the opening of my penis which also become more after ejaculation and burns a lot after. Please help me if any one is going through the same situation. 

I have also been having a weird smell from my scrotum which I have never had before in my whole life.

I am posting a few pictures which might give you a better idea. 


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Whoa reading this is like why I’m going through.

same thing happened to me. Been having a burning sensation in my urethra for the past month. Potential exposure was end of June. It’s slowly subsiding but I can still feel it from time to time through my day, especially after urinating or ejaculating. Actually ejaculating hurts.

Went to do tests at the sexual health clinic and got negative results for chlamydia, gin and mycoplasma. They gave me a dose of meds to wipe those STD’s incase they were those. Nothing worked.

the sex doc told me that it could be herpes inside the urethra but he wasn’t very confident with the answer. 

Gonna head back to the sex health clinic next week and also have an appointment at the urologist in 2 weeks to see if maybe something else is going on. It’s all just so weird all this is happening after a stupid risky 20 second blow job. So many regrets...

btw I have HSV1 orally since I was a kid so maybe it gave me some immunity towards it.

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I don't think anyone here would be able to diagnose either of your situations based on photos - but if you're still having physical symptoms like redness, bumps etc. then you're still able to get a physical swab which will guarantee whether or not the sores / redness are herpes.

Herpes symptoms can be pretty sporadic and really depend on the person's own health & body - so a swab is really the best thing to do. A lot of these things can also be made worse by stress and anxiety - especially when you're dealing with these kind of symptoms, so definitely try to focus on relaxing and not getting too worked up over it. Hope these symptoms pass for both of you!

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This doesn’t look like herpes but I’m not sure . Herpes develops blisters and you had been tested long time before so you should’ve saw the blisters develop into uclers , thats the primary outbreak symptoms .

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