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Hey everyone, I had a prior post explaining my sexual encounter with a women HSV1 positive on the face and just recently have been experiencing 2 weeks of what looks like a clear and sticky discharge from my penis AND anus. The anus discharge has since gone away, but I have had a consistent burning/chafing feeling around my anus for over a month. It feel like irritated skin throughout the day while walking and is always moist and wet-like after a few hours upon waking.
Is this herpes related. My penis occasionally burns and a sharp pain can be felt from time to time in the day, but typically in the morning is when I notice the clear-semen like discharge before and sometimes after urination.
Been taking Doxycycline for over a week with no reduction of discharge. Currently ALL Herpes IGG blood test have been negative through a solid 12 weeks.
People are advising this is herpes and my body still needs more time for antibody detection. However, my antibody counts have stayed almost to the T the same since 2 weeks post encounter with blood.
Has anyone experienced these symptoms and eventually it was confirmed as herpes. None of this makes sense.
Life mine is a clear-stick type discharge? This doesn't sound std or herpes related? I was told penile discharge is almost always caused by a STD, which I believe because I have never experienced this prior to this woman.
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