I went for a trip. There I had naked body to body massage along with blow job using condom and even touched the private parts. But, we did not involve in intercourse. Later, I kissed and had intercourse using condom, but with a different girl. Yesterday, my doctor forcefully pushed my penis skin back and found a small red rash inside the foreskin. He advised me to get few tests done and prescribed tablet Doxycycline 500 mg and tablet Valvir 500 mg. What are my chances of getting STD? I felt very uncomfortable, when the doctor pushed my penis skin back. He prescribed a lotion and asked me to regularly push the penis skin back and to clean it with water and apply the lotion. I got back home and tried to do the same, but could not do so. I saw something on my penis tip that was very sensitive to touch. Is this natural? Did the doctor teared my skin tissue by pushing my penis skin back? I am having weird pain in my penis. Please help. Thank you in advance.
Phimosis is a normal condition, where an individual failed to pull his penis foreskin back. If the skin was pulled back during childhood itself, it could have resulted in good retraction. Try to remove the skin or keep retracting the skin repeatedly.
If you are not able to remove and retract the skin back, then I would suggest you to get a circumcision done. This will help to clean the penis with ease.
As you did not have unprotected intercourse, the chance for STD (sexually transmitted diseases) is very less.
The rash on penis can occur in case of urinary tract infection too. Take the antibiotics advised by your doctor.
I feel some discomfort in my penis. There is itching, burning sensation and pain in my left leg when peeing. I do not even feel to touch my penis. I feel only the tip of my foreskin is burning and itching. Why is it so? I consulted a doctor and he suggested me to get VDRL, TPHA, HIV and HSV tests done within four days of exposure. I got the tests done and the results came as follows. The VDRL test came as non-reactive. TPHA, HIV and HSV tests came negative. While I got the tests done, I got to know about window period for these tests. Should I repeat these tests again after three to four weeks? Kindly help.
Due to infection, you have the feeling of discomfort while touching the tip of the penis. It can get treated with proper antibiotics.
VDRL (venereal disease research laboratory test), TPHA (treponema pallidum haemagglutination test), HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), HSV (herpes simplex virus) are immune mediated tests and are expected to be negative within a short period after exposure.
In about four weeks, p24 antigen test for HIV can be used. This test has high sensitivity and specificity.
One cannot get infected by HIV just by touching each other. So, just relax.
Your report (attachment removed to protect patient identity) is absolutely normal.
You are affected by UTI and not STD. Stay calm.
I would suggest you to get a urinalysis done along with urine culture and sensitivity and CBC (complete blood count) to rule out any urinary tract infection (UTI).
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