in April I did something very stupid and had unprotected sex of course I felt terrible and have been dealing with it mentally since then. Iinitially I was tested and doctor thought urethritis and have me docy for 7 days all results came back negative finished that up buy problem persisted. went back and doctor said the same thing gave me ciprofloxacinm metrondazole and urogesic blue and a shot of antibiotics ran tests but no infection was present And all std's were negative. I am now about 13 weeks out and I just had a full physical that showed no infections and std profile came back normal. is this in my head? also I have pain in the arch of my feet sometimes. it seems like the pain or pictures
itchiness only happens when I'm worried any help with this
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