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STD Diagnosis

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  • Posted By: Elmostrito2008
  • November 6, 2010
  • 10:52 PM

Hi guys, I have a lot of anxiety... I can't even sleep because of this is happening to me. I'll explain my problem.

Three months ago I received a fellatio from a girl I met on a disco. At that time I was drunk and didn't think about all the STD. This girl was easy, so she probably has many STDs. When I finished I didn't take a shower and just went to sleep.

Two days after that, I started perceiving a bad odor (no more than that). Exactly 1 week later I started seeing some red dots on my penis head and a little pain on one of my testicles. I was so angry with me and took an HIV test at 1 week and another at 60 days. Fortunately, both of them went negative.

Three month after exposure I went to a doctor to get treatment about the red dots. He told me it was (probably) a yeast infection and prescripted me a cream (clotrimazole and bethaminasone). I have using this cream for aproximately three weeks and the dots still there.

My questions are:

1) It could be another STD? If it, Which one?
2)How long does yeast infection takes to cure?
3)Do I need another test now (13 weeks after exposure) to be secure I'm clean?
4) Is it the right diagnosis?

Thank you


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  • Hmmm... Sounds like she was not the only one that was easy. Don't be so quick to judge her, you are just as to blame for this situation. :cool: If you can't shield your rocket, leave it in your pocket:cool:
    shayrbear 1 Replies
    • November 11, 2010
    • 00:03 AM
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  • I understand that... It was a mistake, first time I pass through this. Please help :(
    Elmostrito2008 3 Replies
    • November 11, 2010
    • 02:01 AM
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