My girlfriend and I had unprotected anal sex 1 day ago (stupid I know, but it just happened)
During which I tore the foreskin and it bled a bit.
It didn't hurt too much, but that night the pain was unbearable, it felt like the head of my penis was on fire.
Today it is still very sore, panadol & ibuprofen seem to be helping ease the pain but their effects wear off after time.
I had a shower half an hour ago and tried to clean the penis, but the foreskin was very tight and sore. I could barely pull it back.
I also noticed a rash type thing had appeared on my ballsack as it stung when water touched it.
I know for a fact that she doesn't have an STI as she is a virgin.
Please help me out, and suggest remedies for this.
Hey man, don't stress out about this, just make sure you get in to see a doctor as soon as possible. If you're the only person your girl has had sex with, the most likely explanation is a urinary tract infection or infection where the skin was broken, due to e-coli bacteria. Although this is not an STI, it can be serious if left untreated and give you further complications., so make sure you get in and get treatment soon.
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