About 5 Months ago I fell a sleep with a girl, and penetrated her briefly (10 seconds in sleep), and woke up. We stopped immediately.
A few days later I started having tender testicles and a burning sensation. It developed into a feeling of having been kicked in the nuts. Having orgasm seemed to ease the pain.
I got tested for STD's about 1½ from the incident and was put on heavy antibiotica due to the fact that I told my doctor she had Chlamydia (I don't know, but wanted to be sure).
The pain went away, and I never figured out what caused it?
Now, a couple of months later I have a girlfriend and we have been having unprotected sex for a couple of months (She was clean of STD's).
I started noticing red spots on Glans Penis (penis head), and I started retracting my foreskin during the day (I am uncircumsized). The skin became more keratinized and the spots disappears after a few days, but comes again after Intercourse.
I do not know how long, I have had these symptoms? but I started noticing them a few weeks ago.
When my present girlfriend and I started having sex, she had a white smelly discharge and having sex was painful for her. She even bled a little some times.
She had pain during urination a single time, but only that once, and it was properly because of a small cut she had along Vulva from using leaves instead of toilet paper.
I am really starting to freak out...Would be more than grateful if anyone could help me figure out what's causing the spots:
We met at a party and went home to her place. We were both quite drunk and kissed. We fell a sleep together quite drunk. During the night I woke up, and realised we were rubbing against each other and I had penetrated. I stopped immediately, because I did not have a condom on.
Stupid as hell, yes!
She used leaves instead of toiletpaper because we were went on a hike and didnt have any toilet paper with us. I have used leaves a couple of times too, but havent had any problems.
We are not sure that is what caused the sores, but seemed likely to us?
I know she did not have any STDs because we got tested before having unprotected sex.
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