Monkeyflower, an STD forum veteran, has already responded accurately (below). Despite asking to ensure there were no STD’s four days later I noted a single sore red pimple approximately 2 inches away from the base of my penis in the pubic region in conjunction with penis pain urinating. Went to doctor, who took urine test for Chlamydia and prescribed 10 day regimen of doxycycline. I tried to get a better look by stretching it however that might caused the irritation because of the hairs being pulled. If you did wear a condom, you might still want to test for those two, but the likelihood of HIV is very slim from what I’ve read and been told. Is this likely to be Herpes? The other bumps are just there, they don’t hurt or anything, and are all rather small.
However, when I went to pop my pubic zit (first of all, it was much more difficult), clear watery fluid came out. I live in uncertain situation now, I cant sleep well, cant study and cant eat well, I just keep thinking of HSV2 and keep checking my penis all the time. 3) There is so little evidence for herpes that I wouldn’t have recommended testing at all. on the thigh) probably carries no measurable risk. For these reasons, recurrent herpes can occur at peri-genital sites (buttocks, upper thigh, lower abdomen, etc), but not initial herpes. And from your past blood tests, you know you don’t have HSV – so any new symptoms would almost certainly be at typical sites of initial infection. She said that two weeks was not long enough for previous test to rule out herpes.
it’s flat and the next day it turns to scab. with a mental health provider — a suggestion that comes from compassion, not criticism. And of course if a rash persists on your thigh or eslewhere, see a doctor or clinic about it; but try to stop worrying about herpes.