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I just want to ease my mind a little more as I wait for my test results. I'm concerned I may have herpes, but I haven't had any sores. My only symptoms so far are some warmness, tingling, slight burning and itching in the groin area and quite a bit of urgency for urination. When I urinate there is a very mild burn at the start, but nothing too serious. The opening to my uretha is tender, but I'm assuming that might be from so much urination. I haven't had a fever or any swelling in my glands. This has been going on for well over a week. My encounter was two weeks ago, but I used a condom and the women swears she is clean. Could this be my mind and anxiety causing this or could it be herpes, but a very mild initial breakout? Thanks Ken
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