I had a following sexual encounter with a female Commercial sex worker on 21-Sep-12.
Encounter involved deep mouth kissing and unprotected oral , i was insertive partner.Then followed by protected vaginal intercourse.
Didnot have any sex after this episode.
I had taken Doxycyline 100 MG twice a day for 2 weeks from the next day.
Did not feel anything until last week.It started with a mild pain in my penis . I can feel the pain through out the day.The whole shaft of the penis pains ans sometimes its a occasional sharp pain.
The pain is there for close to 5 days now.Now the pain stays through out the day and I've also started feeling burning sensation throughout the day.It doesnt decrease or increase during urination.
there are no other symptoms like rashes , etc.
This is troubling me a lot and I'm really worried and fearing the worst.
Could this be any STD like Herpes.
What are the test that are recommended for diagnosis.
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