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    STD Symptoms?
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    Galjoen posted:
    I got oral sex from a girl about 10 weeks ago. 3 days after the event I started to get some disturbing symptoms: sore throat, back of throat also feels dry. Not very sore, but constantly irritating. Prickly feeling all over my body. It was very intense in the first week, but have subsided a bit. Tip of my penis also getting stabbing pains, about 3-4 times a day, not very painful, but uncomfortable, no discharge. I have done HIV, hepatitis, syphilis test and was all negative. Also got a cocktail of antibiotics specifically to treat STD's 10 days after, but the symptoms persist. Any ideas please?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Nope. You need to see a doctor.


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