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I recently have begun having sex with a regular partner (about 45 days ago), she is supposedly clean. I have also had sex with one other girl (about 30 days ago) also tested recently. The regular partner has also been sick (so was her mother so I am fairly certain it was a legitimate flu).
Approx 2.5 weeks ago - Original pain around head of penis as well as inside the tip.
Approx 2 weeks ago - pain around head subsided, pain in tip intensified.
Approx 1.5 weeks ago - pain in tip became a dull ache, perhaps tingling feeling.
Approx 1 week ago - pain in lower portions of torso and groin.
Approx .5 weeks ago - pain in groin area, pressure in lower abdomen, headache, nausea.
Currently - slight pain/tenderness in tip of penis, some pain around groin glands, pressure in abdomen, some pain in upper legs, perhaps a slight pain in my back. slight burning during urination, as well as dehydration. heat or perhaps slight burning sensation near testicles, and anus. tender testicles. No blisters.
She supposedly got tested 9 months ago and has not had a partner other than me since then. I do not know when the second female was last tested, but they are friends (it was a threesome) and the former girl vouches for the second (not that that is any way definitive). I did not ask directly if herpes was part of the test, but I believe it may have been, she seems rather informed.
I just got tested on friday, and am waiting on the results, chlamydia and gonorrhea were negative, waiting on results from herpes, with the other two negative, I am increasingly worried.
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