About two months ago I engaged in oral sex with a girl. I'm a 17 year old male. This girl is somewhat promiscuous, and after I received oral sex from her (I did not ejaculate in her mouth, I masturbated very intensely to ejaculate). I then took about a 4 hour nap and woke up with my penis tingling and itching all over my body. Since then I have had on and off tingling in my penis, testicles, and anus. Before this encounter I was diagnosed with reflux esophagitis. I have noticed since this encounter that after I urinate the tingling starts. Other things have been an inflamed right tonsil, random red pimples/scabs on my body, and pain after I masturbate. I have had no sores anywhere. Could this be herpes/HIV? This has me very stressed/anxious. Your feedback would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
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