I recently visited a dermatologist to get checked for STDs because I had been feeling a tingling sensation only on the tip of my penis every 2-3 weeks which would last for 2-3 days. The dermatologist couldn't find anything out of the ordinary, but suggested it could be nerve damage. He wants me to see him again if it doesn't stop by the Summer. Is something like this common? He "ruled out" HSV and HPV because of the frequency I've been experiencing this feeling. Just curious as to what your thoughts are about it being nerve damage. This has been going on since 12/15/04 when I had an encounter with a paid escort and have been agonizing over it ever since. Thanks.
In addition to the "tingling" sensation I've been experiencing, I've also felt this uncomfortable, "weird" feeling in my armpits. They don't hurt at all and are not swollen, they just have this feeling I described. Is this nerve related? I have been stressing over my health for the past 4 months and am curious as to the correlation of the nervous system to these "symptoms" I've been experiencing. Thank you for your time.
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