for the past month i've had several symptoms, yet i don't see how any of them correlate.
First i had two white dots on the foreskin of my penis that were quite painful, after a week they turned red and disappeared.
I have been having sharp pains in my head that lead up to an on again off again migraine for 3 days that i finally treated with excedrin and a bit of diet coke, i normally don't have caffeine as it makes my heart skip beats. the migraine ended, but the sharp piercing throbs still are happening Exhausted and not enough water was my thought. but i had been getting ample hours of sleep and drinking plenty of water.
saturday i woke up feeling really itchy in my genitals and found a red area on the head and foreskin of my penis, and i immediately ended all sexual activity as i suspected it to be an std. when i got it checked out by a physician they said they weren't worried about the redness and itchiness.
the following day i began to have a bit of problem with my cognition. I would raise my hand and could see that i was raising my hand, but i can't feel that i am raising my hand, it's hard to explain.
As the days progressed the skin on my head began to rub off when i washed the area and the area grew more and more red and more and more of the skin began to fall off. my anus also began to itch and when i came to think about it i had been feeling those same sharp pains like the headaches in my rectum for about as long as the headaches had been happening. i searched for the symptoms of the dry penile area online and will take the advice of unscented mild soaps to see if that symptom clears up.
my muscles have been really tight lately and my eyes itch and are red constantly, i use my contacts sparingly but am always in pain. i have shortness of breath at the slightest inkling of physical exertion, the rest of my body has been tingling lately, i have lost my appetite and have been forgetting to eat (which i'm sure isn't helping the situation).
i am beginning to wonder if all these symptoms are related to something larger, or if i'm just over reacting. (i am hoping for the latter)
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