I'm scared that I might have herpes on the 20th of May I had unprotected sex at a massage parlor.. it was about for 5 minutes... I'm circumsized... after I ejaculate I pull out.. washed my penis with a warmed cloth got dress then went to go urinate and then cleaned my penis with soap with in a minute or two after the sex.. a few days later I got worried because that was so stupid of me.. I went on and read the symptoms of herpes and boom... I start feeling all the symptoms I read.. I had stress and anxiety attack.. I went to the e.r the doctor gave me xanax and soon after those symptoms went away. . Its been 12 days.. I haven't had any blisters of sores around my penis.. no lession and wanting for me results on the 5th... I'm I my worst enemy? help plzView Thread
She didn't have any blisters on her mouth.. and I don't have pimples on my penis... I got checked out my doctor.. I showed he this particular area on the right side of my penis head... It never itched... scabbed over.. he said it was a fungus...View Thread
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