In august this year recieved oral sex from an older man, he gave me a *******b whilst fingering me briefly with vaseline, i came in his mouth and that was that, since then i became very worried incase i had something from him, he reassured me he was clean and didnt have anything at all. I started to experience loose motions not long after, but i couldnt put it down to hiv or anything because i was so worried after the incident that i started drinking 6-8 cans of lager every night for about 5-6 weeks just to calm myself, the guy was very concerned for me and went for hiv 1+2 screening to try and put my mind at rest, he went at 4 weeks and was negative, then at 8 weeks and then at three months, all negative, he said he knows he is clean anyway because he has only strayed from his wife once before and that was 10 months before he met me, he just went to put my mind at rest. Anyway, a few weeks ago i started to itch everywhere, my hands arms legs face, even my ears, and i occaisonally have the odd red spot here and there, they fade after a couple of days, my doc said it could be scabies but i did the treatment and it hasnt gone away. saw the other doc at the surgery and he said he doesnt think it is scabies, said it could be an allergy and gave me chlorphenamine 3 a day for 10 days, and aqeus cream bp, after 3 days i still itch and have had a couple of spots. One theory i have is it may be down to stress, i do suffer from anxiety and psorisis on my scalp and eyebrows. i seem to itch more if i am stressed or there is a lot of people around me, the aqeus cream that the doc gave me seems to completely stop the itching, but i do wait until i go to bed late at night when everyone else has gone to bed, so i cant tell if it is because i am really relaxed or if its the cream. I also get the itch on my bottom eyelids too. My mom said she went to the docs a couple of years back with this all over itchy complaint and it turned out to be her bad nerves, she too suffers from anxiety,strees and psorisis. But she didnt have the red spots.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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