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    Used a condom but now i have a swollen lymph node Read more: Sexually Transmitted Diseases Forum - Used a condom but now i have a swollen lymph node
    An_249362 posted:
    Ok the last time I had sex about a month and half ago. I had sex and I used a condom and I didn't masturbate until this past week week (going through some personal issues). This past week I noticed the area between my thigh and my stomach on my left side was a bit swollen and I was having watery discharge from my penis while I was having bowel movements. I thought the discharge was because maybe I haven't masturbated in a while do I did but. This morning I looked at my boxers and I saw a small stain. What could this be? I'm very nervous and scared.

    fcl responded:
    If I were you I'd see my doctor immediately. This could be caused by a number of things. What kind of a stain? Are you having any pain? Any swelling in your scrotum?
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
    joejensen replied to fcl's response:
    No pain and no swelling. It looked like a semen stain.

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