I was abstinent from all sexual activity for nearly a year, until about a month ago. A few days after our encounter, he told me he was having an itchy rash in his crotch area, that had occured before but gone away. He went to the doctor and was tested for herpes even though there were no blisters. And it came back negative for genital herpes (HPV-2).
However, a few days later, I had an odd tingling/light itching sensation start comming and going for 3-5minutes at a time, and then I started noticing dry/flakey skin start appearing underneath my pubic hair. It now also appears on the side of my scrotum.
Here's 3 pictures of the skin condition: http://photos.yahoo.com/iromeoi_2000
Please let me know what you think it is and how I should resolve it. It doesn't itch anymore, it just is unsightly. Please let me know and post any follow up questions for information you may need. Thanks.
Your photographs are impressively sharp, but I can't tell from them what you have. What I can say is that they look nothing like herpes, and don't remind me of any STD, either. For proper diagnosis and treatment, however, you're going to need to show the rash to a skin doctor. Sorry I can't be more definitive.
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