Hello, and thank you for your help in advance!
I have been exposed to some nsa sexual intercourse in the past 2 month.
the most recent encounter was on june 29, about a week ego one morning i noticed a red ulcer looking sore, that is firm, small and round on my foreskin just below the head helmet...
Last sti test i had done, blood and urine was back in February this year, all came back negative...
we don't look at pictures here. why not is explained in our read before posting post on the forum.
pictures of genitals in the profile are also against medhelp rules and they will be removing your penis picture in your profile also.
bottom line is, condoms are not 100% protection against herpes, hpv or syphilis. You need to be seen sooner rather than later for a proper exam and testing. the longer you wait, the less likely you are to get accurate answers.
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