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I had an encounter around 5 months ago,,3 days later a spot formed on the shaft where the condom would end and a little one beside itI thought it may be a wart I pulled it off 2 weeks later a scab formed then disappeared never to be seen again.
Next,3 weeks later, I seemed to form 2 spots either side of my lips,just inside,upper lip,symetrically opposite,then a darkening drooling from the mouth on both sides which I kept on cleaning and washing,next top lip heating up,moustash area blistering but not always bursting,sometimes subsiding,then a redness either side of nostrils onto face,can be very itchy,but doesnt go away,seems to ooze sweaty liquid,skin feels desensitised and waxy,also spots around forehead very itchy but I darent scratch.Could this be herpes?Has it went on too long for that?Doctors havent tested for anything and keep throwing meds at me.Had enough.please help.
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