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Hello, lately I have been experiencing a mild burning an itching about an inch down from my penis head. It is mostly triggere by ejaculation but sometimes urination. Thing is I'm worried it could be herpetic urethretis. I did get a blistery rash on my but crack that the doctor said he thinks was follicutis. I have never had sex only received oral 3 years ago. However I have always had this burning since I was probably 9 years old. Anyways what I'm wondering is would herpetic urethretis show up on a cystoscopy? And would it be more severe pain? Btw I have never seen anything strange nears penis. No sores nothing. Just that expierience with follicutis
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