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I m presenting with a very small sore on the external urethral orifice of my penis and its having no problem till now. i m having no burning during urination, but i have tell u my past sexual history. before six months i had a sex with an girl who has relationship with others also, but not a professional prostitute. after that i got a very dull pain in the right scrotum. not so painful. then i consulted a urologist, he gave me azithromycin 1000mg and oflaxin 100mg twice a day for 10 days, but after that also the feel of pain dint stop.again another physician gave me doxycycline 100mg for one week. at that time i saw small sore like (around 1mm) size on the external urethral opening. but no pain or burning. but still now i saw the same spot over here. i feel that that can be a scar. i have taken blood test for bacteria and it is negative, and ultrasound scan hows that my scrotum is normal. before few weeks i developed like small pappules on the glans (glands) penis and it goes away and itching also. if i apply a clotrimazole cream it goes away on next day. if less hygiene it comes again. so what may the problem of mine. and im worried alot of my personal problem
There are many reasons for a sore on the opening of urethra. It can be due to a small cyst or a STD like herpes sores (painful, small itchy bumps which scab over), genital wart, syphilis chancre or gonorrhea sore. Since you have a history of unprotected intercourse, so it makes sense to get STD’s ruled out.
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