This forum is an un-mediated, patient-to-patient forum for questions and support regarding herpes issues such as: Herpes symptoms and treatments, causes, diagnosis, and herpes in men, tests, telling your spouse or partner.
i had unprotected sex about three weeks ago, last week there was some itching/irritation but i just discovered these two blister type things only on one side, they're both very small maybe a millimeter each. please help.
it's against med help's policy to post pictures of genitals.
bottom line is - if you have active symptoms, you need to be seen sooner rather than later to get a proper exam and diagnosis. the longer you put it off, the longer you are going to take to get proper answers and treatment. be seen today or tomorrow.
I removed your post on the std forum since it was the exact same as this one and all herpes related questions go on this forum and not the std forum as is explained in the read before posting post on the std forum.
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