I have had recurring blisters on my penis. They are either in a line or an L shape. They don't hurt at all, just itch. The only other symptoms I've had is pain in my buttocks and leg prior to breakout. I don't feel anything on my penis until shortly after the blisters appear. These blisters are almost constant...meaning in the past 8 months i've had them almost back to back. sometimes i'll get a new line of blisters while another one is still healing. They happen all over my penis, but always in the same form. There is some scarring as well. I have been with the same girl for a year now. She has been tested twice for STD's and always negative with no symptoms. I saw a dr. when this first happened afraid I had herpes. He said it was just an irritation possibly from non lubercated sex. But, this happens even when me and my g/f aren't having sex. But it keeps happening. I will add that I've had a history of jock itch. Does anyone know what this could be?
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