I had unprotected sex for about 5 seconds and now I have noticed that I have brown spots (3 or 4) and a brownish color near the back of my penis head. Honestly I have never examined my penis this close before so I am not sure if these spots were there before. All I know is that there was a lot of rubbing between me and my partner and I am wondering if I broke something or irrated something pretty bad because I feel a tingleling sensation near my butt and right leg. Does anyone know what could be causing this? Am I ok?
They may be irritation or they may have been there before. They don't sound like an STD. Just leave them alone. If they go away, you can forget the episode and be more careful next time. If they stay, just show them to a doctor next time you go.
I just got my results and i was positive for herpes 1 and negative for herpes 2. The only thing is this...I got tested 8 days after I had sex. The clinic said that the tests they run are set up to detect the viruses after 1 month. Does this sound reasonable? Please advise. Thank you.
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