since more than a year, I have been having a small tender closed sore at the base of my p****, it comes and goes and it tends to get more obvious ( red and tender ) after shaving. when I had it the first time i'm sure that i have never been in a risky relationship. I popped it once as I was shaving and there was only blood. A month ago, it opended by itself and it's like there was one hair iside, i'm not sure but there was something black and I let it go until the last week I had another one in the same area two weeks after shaving and I started to get scared. For history purposes, I have been to some escorts this last year but it was only cuddling and some kissing and a masturbation-like session and that's it. The only risky situations I had in my life were more than a year ago and it was protected vagi***** intercourse and protected oral recieved with two escorts. I had a medical checkup after the last one - for the work - and it was fine. Can you please help me doctor to figure this out ?
Your description is very typical for some sort of minor skin problem like a sebaceous cyst or perhaps chronically ingrown hair. Whatever the underlying defect, it sounds like it periodidically gets infected or otherwise inflamed. No STD would behave in the way you describe, and I'm confident this has nothing to do with the sexual exposures you have described.
My advice is to sit tight until the next time the lesion flares up, then get it professionally examined by your personal physician or other clinic. Don't mess with it (no squeezing, scraping, poking, etc) before you are seen. Or if the bump is persisting now, you needn't wait.
No distant online expert can compete with the diagnosis of a doctor who has directly examined someone. Therefore, I won't try. Your doctor probably is correct -- and most important, you can now put STDs to rest.
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