Hi Doc, I received unprotected oral sex 20 days ago from a woman. I know it was a stupid mistake, I'm usually really carful. This morning a noticed a subtle rash on the left side of my penis. It's a bunch of small red dots (maybe 50 - 100) they really aren't blisters, they are really small and some hair follicles are coming from them as well. I so have a mild burning sensation too. Does this sound like Herpes? Is it just a rash?
I doesn't sound like herpes, no. Normally we would not see 50-100 lesions with new herpes and with herpes, they do look like blisters. It could be a mild rash due to something else, or irritation from a condom.
If you are really concerned, you should have someone check it out in person, it is very difficult to assess over the internet.
Also the burning started to appear after I had rough protected sex 3 nights ago. I have no "spots" on the tip of my penis, i'm thinking it might be an irritation. I will get tested, I just want some piece of mind until then. Thanks!
Thanks for the response Terri. I've been applying Vitamin A&D ointment and it seems to be clearing it up. Blisters still haven't formed, just redness and a few spots. I'm guessing it's either a irritation or possibly jock itch, I'm a pretty active person.
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