Hi, About two months ago, I met a random girl that gave me oral sex, 5 days later my penis is itchy,tingling,and it stings, but did not notice any signs of sores,blister,bumps,legions, I went to the clinic 12 days later after the exposure, Got tested for gonnera,clamida,syphillis (syphilis),herpes, everything came back negitivie except for herpes type 1, The doctor ask me if i had any sores around my mouth and i told him i had canker sores. so he said i might have caught when i was younger. The doctor then swab test my penis and came back negitive for herpes, he then proscribe me with gohhera antibotics that didnt work, I went to two other clincs one of the dionised me with baltaits and the other yeast infection with antibotics and creame. None of these worked out for me. I just want a cure for my tingling penis because i feel it daily. I also want to know what it might be, and hopefully its not genital herpes type 1. Do you have any ideas????
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