Long story short on 12-8 I recvd unprotected and protected oral sex from the lowest of places. I came home and applied hand santizer to my genitals. I have been in pain ever since. I am a smoker, and I smoked alot from mid Nov - now. Used drugs for 3 weeks (smoked). I have had small bumps come up on my penis glans, skin has formed and clumped on my penis shaft, it is a wreck. I saw a urologist and dermatolgist who both said I was fine. I have been std tested, blood work was negative, may have Hpv going on though, I think they may be forming in my rectal area. My penis is discolored to the side of the urethra, was worse earlier on, the skin has changed all over the penis though. I can still use the bathroom and sometimes I feel little to no pain. Other times, the pain is unbearable. Looking at the pictures, is there any doctor who has seen penis cancer to determine if this is indeed that. Either brought on by hpv or not. Some doctors have told me dermatitis, some say eczema, but nothing they have said has worked. After lots of research it seems with the skin build up, the few new brown dots(moles) that have appeared (not raised) and the overall feel of the penis makes me very concerned about penile cancer. Any suggestions, or help would be appreciated. I go back to the doc regarding my hemroids or hpv (will find out friday). Is it even possible that cancer could come on instantly with hpv and do this type of damage this fast? Any docs, please help. They found blood in my urine last week, and my only diagnosis was epididymitis. They have all thought I was crazy with anxiety, my penis skin IS NOT NORMAL. The color, feel, etc, if anyone can give me some clarity Id appreciate it. I will post a few pics of the skin, thank you.
In all probability the change in skin color is due to use of hand sanitizer. This may have caused some chemical dermatitis. The other possibility is penile cancer. However, this is less likely given the fast advancement of symptoms. However, confirmed diagnosis is only possible after skin biopsy. Smoking, diabetes, and low blood supply to the penis can all cause similar skin color. Other than this, complete STD clearance can only be given when tests at 3 and 6 months post exposure come negative for STD especially HIV. If there are sores or warts, then these need to be biopsied. Take care!
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