Hi, I am 36 yrs old guy and made a biggest mistake of my life, when I was drunk. I received unprotected oral sex from a stripper like 11 days ago and 3 days later I felt burning while urinating and constant burning in my penis all the time. I went to the doctor and he tested for chlamydia, gonorrhea (both came Negative) and gave me 7 day course of Cipro.
But constant burning is still there but I do not have any other FLU symptoms, Enlarged glands, discharge, bumps, sores near my genital area. Not sure whats going on, but I am very much worried.
Is constant penis burning is the symptom of herpes? What is the time window for herpes symptoms to showup? Can I go get tested for herpes this early?
is it Herpetic urethritis? Any idea, If its not herpes what could it be? Could it be Trichomoniasis or Candidiasis(yeast infection)?
I am planning to schedule an appointment with urologist soon, so any idea what else I need to be tested for?
Any information would be appreciated. Thanks for your help..
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