Hi, I had protected sex 2 days ago and a hour after sex my balls and the back of my penis where it starts were itching. I took a shower and didn't see nothing but the two spots were irritated and itchy. Well that same night i applied rubbing alcohol to it. The second day is here n when I woke up it was still a lil itchy and dry. Sooo i took a shower n as I clean the areas I felt a lil burn so I finished up n when dried off and look at the areas there are these little spots that look like there are bleeding. But in order to see them I had to move my penis to let the light hit. I'm nervous and never had this before n I was wondering what could this be or is there anything I can use to get rid of it without going to the doc?
Hi and welcome. One hour after sex is too soon to be an std but maybe she had some other thing like crabs or public lice. These were very common many years back. I think you also irritated the area by using rubbing alcohol. But if these symptoms please have a doctor check you out.
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