5 weeks ago had a one night stand using a condom and the next morning I started having itching at base of penis. It has itched on and off for the past 5 weeks but never has shown any signs of blisters. I have had reddish color on my testicles but not a bumpy rash or anything else noticeable. Does feel irritted , at times. What std or other type of infection causes symptoms that fast and lasts this long. I don't see any signs if public lice but maybe they are small. Also I do have random itching on my head and other areas on and off, not bad but noticeable. Probably have to go to doctor for a check, most std sites I see on internet offer blood check but not a physical examination. Anybody have an idea what incubate that fast??
Ok I'm goingvto clinic but you know thus git sure? Are you a doctor? Any idea what kind if infection a vaginal could transfer? Maybe yeast infection. It does feel a little irritated the last week, but no breakout.
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