Hi, my symptom is that my penis (scrotum, near the head) tingles almost all the time. like an electric shock. It is getting worse and worse. The symptoms started about a month ago. I have been in high-risk Lyme areas in the Northeast and could easily have been bitten by a tick there, and live in California and think that the bites I have are from ticks-- this is what makes me wonder if it is possibly a Lyme disease symptom- since tingling in extremities is listed as a possible symptom. I have a Dr's appointment scheduled but it won't be for another month, meanwhile this is really getting worse. Am wondering if I should seek urgent care for it. No other symptoms, except a slight pain in lymph nodes in neck-- also I am having difficulty in recalling words and names that I commonly use. your help is really appreciated.
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