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Hello this is Dr. Stan and I will assist you with your question today. I am board certified and I have 40 years of patient experience. I am happy to help you. I'm sorry to hear you may have Herpes.
Can you upload a picture and tell me your symptoms.
Were there any blisters when you first noticed this? Do you have any pain?
Then I would have to say you have a pain free irritation that is not herpes. I'm assuming you are referring to the area just below the head of your penis.
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I'm sorry, you said that before and didn't after a lot of effort on my part. Do it now and I will continue or I will opt out.
What you have on your penis shaft is a slight reddened area most likely from masturbating. It is not herpes. You will go to your doctor and request blood tests for Herpes, IgG and IgM. Until then there is nothing to add.
The test you took needs to be repeated.
Repeated..."Only to satisfy your anxiety".
You are the only one who thinks it's herpes.
You have none of the symptoms of herpes and you never did. Didn't you mention Zoloft in the initial postings we had previously? Why not get the prescription filled and start taking it. After 2-3 weeks, I think you will be able to accept that you do not have nor did you ever have herpes.
I apologize you did not mention Zoloft, but I think you should request a prescription from your doctor for Zoloft or Buspirone to alleviate your stress over this incident.
The blisters of herpes could be small BUT, they are painful.
Good night and I hope you feel better tomorrow.
May I suggest you immediately go to an Urgent Care Center to have these evaluated. The content of the blisters can be cultured and either proven to be or disproven to be herpetic.
Most Urgent Care Centers are open 24/7. Don't do anything to break these "blisters."
not if it is herpes
Start the Zoloft! You are fixating on something that is non-existent. I am going to opt out if you continue this non-substinent rhetoric.
No, "Non Gonorrheal Urethritis."