Possible std or viral infection that hasn't been diagnosed! Please help!!!
28 yr old male
Week one after oral sex with female
Rash on right groin
2 weeks later
Hair follicles and skin on both sides of testicles inflammed and burning
Tip of penis had red dots all over it and tip of penis was inflamed
Throat got really sore
Full std screen nothing
Had a UTI
Another full std screen. They did urine/blood for all stds and there was nothing
Tip of penis still irritated to this day
Pressure in ears and eye trouble and stiff neck/hurting
Screened for cytomeglovirus, had a HIV DNA test and for EBV and did a throat swab for strep or staph
The only thing that that came back was they said I was recovering from mono
Same week I saw an ear nose and throat dr looked at me didn't seem worried.
Still to this day I have red dots on tip of penis/urethral irritation, throat is sore and having some eye problems. I go for an MRI this week and next week I'm going to retest for some of the major stds.
You can read the post also that I put on my page to Dr HHH. He seems to think it's not an std but all this started to happen within a week of having oral sex with a girl for no longer than a minute
It is highly likely that you have Thrush and a viral or bacterial infection causing congestion.
For genital thrush you can purchase a cream like Canesten from the pharmacy. For oral thrush you can purchase from the pharmacy a gel called Daktarin oral gel. You can also purchase without a prescription a one dose single oral capsule called Fluconazole.
As a home remedy you can apply natural set yogurt to your washed and gently dried genitals. This will help to reduce the inflammation and relieve the soreness/itchiness. Try not to scratch because this will aggravate the condition and can cause thickening of the skin. Don't use soap as this will aggravate and dry the skin even more.
With regard your ear and eye problem (this is likely to be due to congestion in the sinuses and Eustachian tube) do steam inhalations.
In a bowl pour in a kettle full of boiling water taking care not to get scalded. Into the hot water add some Vick or Olbas oil. Bend your head over the bowl and cover your head and bowl with a towel. Breathe in the steam through your nose and out through your mouth. Do this 4 times a day for a duration of 10 minutes each time. This will loosen up the thick mucus that is causing pressure in the sinuses.
You can also eat natural live yogurt to help with oral thrush.
A test for HIV is meaningless unless a minimum of six to seven weeks have passed since exposure. This disease is hard to catch, but your symptoms are consistent with a possible exposure, so get tested again. Try and contact the female and see if she will get tested. Ask her about any infections.
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