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What is wrong with my Crotch?

Hey, I was at a party about a month and half ago and this hot girl gave me a unprotected blowjob. As a virgin, I let it happen and honestly I shouldn't have. I'm still a virgin since I still haven't had penile to vaginal sex yet. The next day my balls started smelling but even before I got the blowjob, there were days when it smelled. So I was a ******* and put anti-persistant deodorant on my crotch. The same day I had an intense burning sensation and I pissed dark yellow. The next day the burning sensation was completely gone and I felt good. So I think that was probably due to the deodorant and not an std. Couple of days later I started noticing small pimples on my penile shaft. There's probably 3 or 4 of them. Two of them are noticeable and the others not so much. They don't itch, burn and don't bother me unless I notice them. Two weeks later, I started noticing extremely small white pin heads on my head of my penis. There about three or four of them and the only way to notice them is for me to get hard and use a flash light. Other wise there unnoticeable. It's been a month and half and recently I started noticing my crotch being itchy but its mostly at night. During the day I don't feel much of an itch or don't notice it. I got tested for chlamydia and gonnerrea and came back negative. I'm really don't know what this could be. For the past month I been on google looking up stuff about STDS non stop and i'm not sure if its getting in my head. From what I read this could most likely be herpes or HPV. The problem is I don't have any blisters and nothing burst but they just look like normal pimples to me and some white dots on my head of my penis.
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Yea there similar but in the post I didn't mention the small pin head needles that I only see when I'm hard. I'm just curious what I should think about that. Thanks
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Answer is no different then what you received before.
Skin issues can be many things but only a Dr can tell you what they are.
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