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Can anyone help please?

2 weeks ago yesterday I received unprotected oral sex from another guy. A few days after it the tip of my penis and the inside of my foreskin was red and quite sore. My testicles were also swollen and sore and I had a slight rash. The swollen testicles and my penis tip being sore and my rash only lasted about a week, now these symptoms have gone. But the head of my penis is still red and looks a bit dried out. Straight after I received the oral sex I went home and gave my penis a really good wash with soap. I am worried of this being herpes. But could this be that I have irritated my penis from the soap or something?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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15249123 tn?1478652475
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This doesn't sound like hsv at all. Sounds more like you irritated and dried out the skin. A newly acquired hsv1 genital infection most always comes with a classic outbreak 3-5 days later. This includes painful lesions, fever, swollen lymph nodes and body aches. Your chances of contracting oral hsv from a single oral exposure without a cold sore present is very slim to none.
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What would be the best thing for me to do?
15249123 tn?1478652475
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You can see your Dr if you are concerned.
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