Nealry all conjunctivitis is viral and there is a well described viral syndrome in which a virus (adenovirus) causes conjunctivitis and penile irritation.
You second question is already answered above - gonorrhea and NGU. Nothing else unless she has a sore on her o mouth. EWH
some follow up questions
1. WHy do you feel that the conjunctivitis is viral?
2. When any man receives unprotected oral sex from a woman what STD is he exposes to?
In the couple describe, the wife has a urinary tract infection which need antibiotic therapy, not homeopathy.
The husband's risk for STDs is low and the treatment he recieved would cure most STDs if present. His conjunctivitis is more likely to be viral in origin. the viral infections which cause conjunctivitis can also cause penile irritation- this is not an STD. Finally, if the husband is concerned about HIV, he should be tested as this is the only way to rule out HIV. At the same time, his risk for HIV, based on the history provided is virtually zero. HIV is not spread in condom protected sex or by unprotected oral sex. EWH
On the 1st day husband and wife swam in a public pool
the rash on the penis was under the for skin and disappeared completely on day 24. Husabdn is prone to a lot of allergies