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Are Any Sores On A Penis Not An Std
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Hello, I have some inflammation on the right side of the corona of my penis. There are no unusual bumps or sores and I just tested negative for stds?
I had two sores on my penis. Very small, no puss, tested negative for STDs, and scabbed over and left after a couple days. Is this common? What is it?
May need to . .: . . . wait to see if comes back again. We would never want to give you a diagnosis for something that we cannot prove.However, if you are sexually active, and if the sores were painful, and if they drained some clear fluid before they scabbed over, you may need to consider Herpes. Sometimes, if the virus culture is performed after the fluid has drained, the culture will be negative.CONDOMS please ...Read more
I have sores and or open cuts on my penis that keep recurring after sex. I got a full STD blood test and it was clear. What should I do next?
I have itching all over my penis and scrotum with no sores or bumps that I can tell, mostly on the tip. I recently tested negative on an std panel. ?
Have fatigue ; I've got sores under the head of my penis but I've had the all clear from std tests (including herpes); swollen lymph; slight anal itch?
Waiting for STD results. Had unprotected sex weeks ago. No discharge, odor, or sores. As I pee very painful tip of penis. Likely kidney stones? ATI?
A few possibilities: "Weeks ago" is too long a delay in symtoms for most STDs. Probably you mean UTI, not ATI . Non-STD urinary tract infections are rare at your age, although possible especially if you had anal sex. Gonorrhea is possible, but usually has prominent pus discharge. Maybe herpes, but usually only with obviously visible blisters/sores. Stone passage may be possible. Hang in there, work with doctor. ...Read more
Try again please...: HealthTap would like to help, but this is a meaningless question -- maybe a translation problem? What are "penis pumps"? There is no medication that treats all STDs. Please try again with a new question. ...Read more
Male STD : "bumps" on a penis of a sexually active male is considered to be an std until proven otherwise. Genital warts (condylomata acuminata) are a consideration. Penile "bumps" could be normal or could indicate another disease process other than std. Seeing ones regular doctor is advised for a an examination is needed. Treatment is available, more often than not. Play it safe. ...Read more
How do I stop my penis from smelling?
No matter how much I wash it, it still smells fishy.
I have no STDs.
Genital hygiene: Are you circumcised or un-circumcised? Wash your penis with soap every day while in shower. if you are un-circumcised, You will need to pull your foreskin back and the wash your penis with soap. I will also recommend use of fresh underwear every day. It will be helpful to keep wet wipes with you an use it as needed to clean the area of sweat in between the showers. ...Read more
I received a bj yesterday and my penis is feeling kind of itchy. Are there any STDs that can show symptoms this fast?
Warm soaks, soak in: tub. By your question, it sounds like you've been examined and had your urine tested; if not, you should. Hold off on masturbating and sexual activity to allow any irritation to heal. If you're using condoms, consider changing to a different brand, latex-free. Contact your doctor again if you've done all of this and are still not better. ...Read more
Not by just: looking at it. Also, there are many types of stds, including GC, chlamydia, syphilis, AIDS, hepatitis, condyloma, just to name the more common ones. Perhaps some of these could be apparent on exam alone, but others require special tests. You should see a doctor if you have any risk of exposure to std. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pearly papules?: One man in 100 is the lucky owner of "pearly penile papules", a row of bumps along the corona on the back of the gland / head. Check internet photos and see if this is you. If your life-partner doesn't like them, you can have them lasered off. Or you may decide they're cool. They are not a sexually transmitted disease or a cancer risk. ...Read more
Impossible to tell: 'sharp pain' is a far too generic term for the internet/this forum. A doctor needs to know size, duration, distribution, origin and site of pain, consistency, color, borders, physical characteristics, point of origin and your history. A photo is ok, but physical examination is best. Please see your doctor for any lesion/abnormality for best info. Good luck. ...Read more