So the story goes.. I am currently in Taiwan for my national reservist. Last Saturday I had protected sex with a sex worker in one of their massage palor. 3-4 days later I noticed a small spot on the head of my penis and it grow slightly later in the next 2 days to become a small red spot about the size of 3-4mm. It does not hurt or itch. I researched online and understand that for herpes, during the initial outbreak, the patient would suffer from Fever, which I had from day 3-5. ( assuming day 1 was the day I had sex with the sex worker). However I am not sure if the fever is cause by the herpes virus or because of the fact that I was having diahorrea at the same period (i.e. day 3-5), and the fever is caused by dehydration.
From what I research online, It seems to show partial herpse symtom. (E.g. Fever and the spot looks like what is discribed on the Internet. Yet the single spot does not itch or hurts at all..
I am at day 8 and there is no new spots surfacing. In total there are only one spot.
Do I have herpes? If not, what std have i contracted?
I really hope for your swift reply as this is worrying me sick..
What I am afraid of is although I did use a condom for the entire duration of this encounter, she actually used her mouth to put on the condom for me.. So I'm worried that could there be a brief instance her mouth could have touched my private area and passed the herpes virus in this manner.. Is this possible?
However i also read that herpes lesion are painful and itchy, and the initial outbreak is the worst and usually doesn't comes in a single lesion. Is this true too?
With this new information, do you think it is possible I contracted herpes?
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