Hi I had unprotected sex after the condom broke on late Sunday night. On Tuesday morning I felt some slight burning around my scrotum and a little on my penis. The slight burning sensation has continued till today. I am constantly thinking about it maybe that's why I notice it more and more. Alsoy scrotum is a lite moist to touch but doesn't smell. It does not hurt when I pee or there is no bumps or red spots on my penis or scrotum. Today is what really scares me i woke up with my lymph node on my left side sore and noticeable, just my left side tho. I'm really starting to freak out I have set up an std check up but have been reading that if there is no sores then the bloodwork isn't accurate till later months. Am I over reacting or does this sound like herpes, another std or a bacteria infection?
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