I'm a 22 year old straight male. Last Friday I had unprotected sex with a girl that I didn't know very well. The day after I experienced a tingling pain at the very tip of my penis, the pain wasn't too strong but more of a constant discomfort. I went and got tested this week for gonorrhea and clymidea and both came up negative. The irritation at the tip of my penis still remains but has gotten worse. Its a stinging pain. I also have been experiencing itching on the scrotum. Today I went to see a second doctor and he said that there was no sign of herpes but had no answer for my problem. The only advice I was given was that if I see a rash with legions than to come back in and see him. I am very stressed about the possibility of having herpes and that this is not going to go away. If you have any advice I would much appreciate it.
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