I have had a tingling feeling in my genital area for about two weeks off and on. I can feel this on the inside of my thighs near my groin, around my anus and occasionnaly around my ankles and feet. It seems to come and go. I have had no discharges from my penis and no marks on my skin. I also have had no fever. My doctor initally diagnosed as potentially chlamydia and prescribed an antibiotic which initially appeared to solve the problem.
One evening a few weeks later, I felt flu like symptons with a strong prickly feeling up an down my arms and legs and around my forehead. My doctor diagnosed as a form of the flu.
So we are treating the flu like symptoms first.
I am still feeling the sensations around my genitals and inner thigh off and on and the flu like symptoms are subsiding.
Is this just a different strain of the flu or something else?
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