I posted earlier in the forum months ago.. and I am still having episodes of tingling, occasional hip and knee pain, burning in my crotch on the right side and tingling in my hands.. every now and again I get pain in my scrotum. and alternating but cheeks, I have been tested 6 weeks out( Igm -nothing specific igg hsv 1-3.65, hsv 2-.29) and 22 weeks from encounter ( IGG specific hsv 1-3.56, hsv 2-.33 with it stating negative and non reactive)
why Am i still having symptoms? I know that i did have jock itch and that my 2 seeprate doctors told me that it was that.. but I have had small bump on the shaft of my penis that have not gone any where for months they do not get read and they do not pus , they do dry out but stay right where they are. I have had an HIV test that was negative but i cannot under stand how I am getting the tingles in both feet hands are arms. I want to think that maybe I am over exaggerating .. and my doctor has told me to stop testing but I am still having issues.. is ther some way I mught have contracted hsv 1 genitally when I have had cold sores most of my life? If I have the anti bodies for it then why would i experience podromes? I have not had an out break but my doctor things i need to see a urologist because I feel like I have something going on in my shaft. I get tingles in the head of my penis and occasionally a discharge but all of my urine tests came back clean. I took cipro and i felt like thing where back to normal. my partner complains of hip pain and leg pain so i am scared that i might have infected her.. he has had nothing out of the ordinarym she talks about her back but she has always had back problems. I am worried that the test might have missed me or is this psychological! I am really losing it now...truly!
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