Dear Dr. Handsfield.
I have recently come back from Prague where i had protected sexual intercourse using a condom with a street worker. Within 12 hours i started getting a tingling/twitching sensation in various places around my testicles. They also felt hot. 2 nights later for 3 continuous night i sweated profoundly soaking through several t-shirts in one night, but i didnt feel ill or fluey.
The warm feeling and tingling stopped after 2 days. Feeling worried i went to the clinic for various tests. Initial tests were negative but was advised to have to wait up to 3 weeks before i knew whether or not i had caught anything such as chlamydia etc. after 4 days there are still no marks but the tingling randomly occurs. As i have already mentioned, this only started after having sex with a street worker.
Does this symptom sound like herpes?
many thanks in advanced.
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