Thank you Grace. I've actually been here before and you were extremely helpful with me. I ended up with having nothing and my symptoms were a result of me stressing and my anxiety caused non-bacterial prostatitis. However, my ignorance has caused me to do the same thing, but this time have completely other symptoms.
As I mentioned, it's a bit of itchy, burning and even tingling sensation, mostly in the creases of both my inner thighs. It has been a month since the encounter and I have been feeling this now for last 2 weeks. Could this too be a result of my anxiety? As you mentioned, a fungal infection? Or quite possibly herpes??? Everything I have read mentioned these symptoms could be herpes, but does it sound like symptoms to last this long without turning into sores?
Usually these symptoms appear mostly while wearing clothing and while I'm walking, but not necessarily while in bed or sitting still like when I'm driving.
Please explain to me if this is something to be concerned about. I appreciate your help with this!
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