Hello, I had sex three months before, the following day I my meatus had some red inflamed on it, after that it got swollen and after three days it started burning, then I went to the doctor cause of the pain, he gave me levobact 750mg 2 times a day for 10 days, after that I was given zhitromax a three day course, but the meatus was just the same the the docotor gave me rocofine injection for for days, which didn't do much, I changed my docotor, went to a gynocologist, he told me I had herpes and gave me cyclovir tabs 800mg four times a day for two weeks, and a cream to apply, neither did this clear, I have been to a skin docotr recently he has given me mutlivitamin tabs for two for 2 months, I have completed my one month. I have done hiv test at 4 weeks, 8weeks and at 92days which are all negative. Your advice would be helpfull.
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