I was wondering if swollen nerve endings (red/inflamed) were a sign of herpes? There are no blister like protrusions, and they usually dissappear in a day or 2; but I get them after sex from time to time. Is this a normal thing for some nerve endings on the penis? Thanks
yes, i have HSV1 and get cold sores. I'm almost 100% sure that it doesnt manifest itself this way on my penis, though. The swollen nerve endings disappear after a day or two, and never open into blisters or lesions.
all wemen have nerve endings on the bottom of their vuval lips but i have swolen nerve endings. however after recieving oral sex swollen(i am a virgin tho) nerve endings appeared next to my clit.i went to the doctor and she said i had a yeast infection and the nerrves where not herpees and not to worrey. ten months later they are not swollen but they are still visable.and tey sweell and begin to itch after i use soap.they have not spread. i dont know what this is and i want to be reasured.maybe was allergict to soap or my boyfriends silyva.
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