Hello, I had unprotected sex lets say, a month and a half ago... three days after I casually itch myself ( from I thought was from shaving )... I noticed a large, half inch diameter brown spot on the base of my shaft/ scrotum, which was now sore from me itching. I either believe It was an Std or potentially from me playing/ investigating a wart I had on my toe then scratching myself unintentionally.
So I go to the std clinic, get swabed/ urine/ blood. With in a week after unprotected sex. they tell me the spot is probably nothing. So i go get some steroid/ antibiotic cream from a different doctor.
The std Results negative, for chlamydia , syphilis, HIV, gonorrhea, and I believe herpes. but now I notice a 'clear one day, white the next day', discharge. So once again I go to std clinic, get swabed for chlamydia.... negative
So as of today, the big brown spot is gone, but a few more have developed, (smaller like a head of a pen and a pin)
One under the head of my penis, one on top, and two on my scrotum, where the big one was making contact with my scrotum.
I believe I have NGU so I will go once again to the Std clinic for the discharge, ( others tell me use different soap, and things like that)
But the brown spots are worrisome. could they be warts, possibly from me touching my toe? They seem to be spreading, I will have to book something with a dermatologist if the STD clinic brushes me off once again.
Any thoughts doc?... other then using a condom, which I do, from now on! :)
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