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    Ronco38 posted:
    I received unprotected oral 3 weeks ago. 3 days later, felt an irritation on tip of penis. Took urine tests twice that revealed no UTI or STI. I have not taken a blood test. Its not herpes because there is no physical symptoms plus I had a fever blister pop up the day before so I immediately started treatment with acyclovir then immediately started the daily valtrex does to keep my fever blisters from coming back. There seems to be some type of a burning so that plus no signs of any sort of rash seems to suggest that it is not syphillis. any thoughts?
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    Anon_2000 responded:
    Go and be seen to get this evaluated so you know what is going on. We cannot help you on line with this.
     
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    Ronco38 replied to Anon_2000's response:
    I'm doing a blood test and getting looked at Monday regardless. Just hoping someone could offer suggestions as to what this might be.


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