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Had unprotected sex with a new partner 3 times in 2 days. 2 days later I notice a red patch of skin on my shaft. , circular, one color throughout. There was no bump, no head, and it didn't turn into a blister. The spot went away in 2 days. The following day I noticed three more spots, close together, in a different spot. Two of these had a pin-sized dried blood spot on them, that could be picked away. I'm not experiencing any pain from these spots, but am concerned that I may have contracted herpes, and we all hear about different symptoms. I have a scheduled appointment in 2 days, but thought I'd get some thoughts from you ahead of time. So far nothing I've seen looks anything like a water-blister. Thanks in advance for your help!
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