So I have had what I assume is a herpes out break on the head of my penis for the past year and a half and it has not disappeared, I was locked up in prison when the outbreak started and it just never went away and now I'm free and going to go see my DR on tuesday but I'm really concerned, has anyone else have knowledge or experience with outbreaks lasting that long?View Thread
Thank you for your insight, I'm going to my DR today, finally, I know I should've gotten it checked out but the health care system in DOC is complete garbage. My worst fear would be is being syphilis but someone once told me it could be a "fixed drug eruption" which makes some sense considering these "rashes" appeared when my anti-depressant started to take effect, which I hope is the case but then I'd have to switch meds and this one really works for me... *sigh*View Thread
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