Good afternoon, 6 months ago I had sex with a high risk partner. I contracted chlmydia and gohonrreha and was treated for both. About eight weeks later I had return symptoms of my penis tip being very sensitive, lower back pain light clear discharge and testicle pain. I went to a local clinic and was tested for all STDs and everything came back negative. The Dr suggested it might be epiditimytis. After a few rounds of antibiotics the pain subsided. A few days ago the pain returned. First it started with the testicles, then the pack pain and now a burning type feeling on my penis head. I have never had any sores though. Two questions, do these sound like herpes symptoms? How accurate were my herpes test results after 8 weeks? The doc seemed to think they were pretty conclusive however Internet research seems to suggest longer.
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