4 weeks ago i had oral sex with protection but at the last part she said she could not go on so i finished myself and noticed that the condom broke, well later i had a terrible flu not just symptoms of flu i had the flu! later on the flu continued for like two weeks(because i did not take care of my self), i usually mastrubate a lot and do not pee after mastrubate, well two weeks after this happend i felt pain in my penis as if somebody hit it and a slight redness on the tip went to the doctor and told me that i had nothing wrong, no pain when urination nothing. Four weeks had passed by and i started to read about hiv and got really scared i dont know if its the anxiety or something but had no headaches, almost no diarrhea but it would cost alot for me to go to the bathroom and poop, well i started to check myself and i saw a purple grayish color inside of my urethra and no pain when i pee , but then i touched it and it did hurt to pee. had no fever, had sometouble sleeping last night i think it was becuase of what i found. have any idea what it is?
Hi Leo, sorry your not feeling well. Just to let you know that when i look inside my urethra its also grayish purple somewhat and is even more darker if im sitting on the toilet seat as am forcing more blood to that area by sitting. If you touch this area it will hurt as is very sensitive as have many nerve endings. But if your still worried go have the doctor look inside as well.
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