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Fedup

Posted In: Sexual conditions 3 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 11, 2007
  • 10:55 AM

I have this constant burning sensation on the skin of my penis(below the head) for the last 7 months. I've been to an uroligist and 2 different GPs. They prescribed fluconzonale, Doxocyl and orpic. Have done a full STD scan including an HIV test all of which came back negative. The problem started a couple of days after I had intercourse with my ex. PLEASE COULD YOU MAYBE ADVICE MY TO WHAT COULD HAVE TRIGGERD THIS. I am so fedup 3 docters and hundreds of Rands later and still no solution, I refuse to go to another docter. PLEASE!!

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  • Wow, 7 months is a long time. Is is a itchy burning sensation or just a redness? Does it hurt to urinate? How often to you have intercourse or masturbate? I'm thinking that it could just be raw or really sensitive skin maybe.
    kman543210 27 Replies Flag this Response
  • Did they do blood work for herpes 2??? You don't need to breakout to have it..
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • I have this constant burning sensation on the skin of my penis(below the head) for the last 7 months. I've been to an uroligist and 2 different GPs. They prescribed fluconzonale, Doxocyl and orpic. Have done a full STD scan including an HIV test all of which came back negative. The problem started a couple of days after I had intercourse with my ex. PLEASE COULD YOU MAYBE ADVICE MY TO WHAT COULD HAVE TRIGGERD THIS. I am so fedup 3 docters and hundreds of Rands later and still no solution, I refuse to go to another docter. PLEASE!! Here's what I have. This sounds like something my husband had b4 we were married. The only differents is it hurt when he urinate. Come to find out he had herpes. Get some specific blood test for that. You have 2 b looking 4 it in order 4 them 2 test 4 it.
    fedup365 1 Replies Flag this Response
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