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Pls help me out...some STD

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 12, 2008
  • 04:41 PM

Hello everybody

some 6 months back ,i had some urethral discharge( white discharge) (not severe, just small qtyties n seen only when wiped),and some tiny scratches/wounds/bleeding spots or rather one or two small ,may be some 2mm long spots were seen on my penis foreskin with no bleeding and i had some itching also....then i tried clotrimazole for some time and symptoms disappeared. I have enough grounds to believe its an STD(circumstantial), but don’t know which one… (Those scratches/wounds went even without any trtment in two three days)..... but now , after 5-6 months, i again started gettin complaints like severe burning pain in penis. some times it gets releived after urination for some time, but again comes back after a while,,,,no discharge or no itching, but pain n burning sensation.......wht could be wrong,,,,rather wht shld i do{Forget Elisa for HIV, I escaped)

Plssssssss help

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  • I am not an STD expert but that kind of sounds like syphillis, look up the information on that one, I think it starts with sores and visible symptoms that do dissapear but it can actually kill eventually if you never get it treated and just ignore it. Good luck. Look it up before I scare you too much.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 12, 2008
    • 04:53 PM
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  • come on with the Lyme...try syphilis or herpes. You need blood work for each of them.
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies
    • January 29, 2008
    • 04:25 AM
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