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i have been suffering for months,
I was recently diagnosed with chlymidia
i got my meds, took them , all seemed to be clear, i have been sexual inactive since.
Although, i have a red, itchy spot on my left side of my CoronalRidge(from my POV) on the penis, there are no bumps but it does look like there is one small red vein leading to the spot. , sometimes it has sharp pains....
i noticed this spot once before i was diagnosed with chlymidia and i am wondering if it can have anything to do with it,
Please give me a suggestion of what it may be, is it an STD or a Dermatologic problem.
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