Hello, im 20 years old i cam in contact with somebody fluids.which started to burn when i came in contact with them. I was wondering would hpv burn on contact?or herpes or hiv. The contact was to three finger and the constantly burn. If I were to touch other parts of the body it will spread infection. I touched tongue now if I come in contact with pee it spreads infections.
Yes Iwas rubbing her g spot and when she push out fluids and they touched my hand there was an instant burn and stinging pain if Itouch other body parts the infection spread the burning is non stop had this going on for three months. I touched my tongue now it burns and now when I pee on skin it burns to. I also had a red bump on are come and go in ten min and some funny feeling in penis area. I also had a rug burn on penis that started to burn. After it has healed skin is still red and burns.
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