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Okay can anyone help me, I've been with my girlfriend for months now, before we got together we both got checked for stds and we were both clean. However we recently had sex and now these tiny little red dots appeared on my penis and it became very itchy, the next day there was skin peeling, and I woke up today and there more premonition. Like I said it itches and I'm uncircumcised but there's no discharge or pain while peeing. And it's only on the tip of my penis, so I talked to my girlfriend because I'm a spaz and I thought I got cheated on but she swears on everything she's only had sex with me, I belong her but she also said her vagina itches really bad, (which started the same day as me) she has white cottage cheese like discharge and she said it's sore . Someone please help me I'm freaking the hell out
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3149845 tn?1506627771
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Most likely but we cant diagnose only suggest.
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So all that even the tiny red dots on my penis is yeast
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3149845 tn?1506627771
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Hi, your girlfriend has a classic symptom of a yeast infection which is fungal related and most often caused by a change in her skins pH. Could be with her period is on the way or many other reasons. Its normal for ladies to get this.
Also i can be passed to the male from sex, so it would appear you now have a yeast infection also. With the skin peeling it maybe associated with balantis. All of this is very normal and is not a sign of cheating.
She can either see a doc for treatment or talk to her pharmisist for some over the counter cream. You can to the same. Will clear up in a few days.
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