Mid September met my GP and another STD doc all say no Herpes. 1) Chlamydia: chlamydia is a bacteria STD that is transmitted when one has (oral,vaginal or anal) sex with a person who has chlamydia. Papulopustules — Small, solid, slightly raised areas of the skin and areusually less than half an inch (1 cm) in diameter and may be round or flat, with a smooth or warty texture. Primary effusion lymphoma. His balls, thighs and parts of his penis had water blisters and swelling and redness/ purple/ blue. What are your thoughts? 2) Gonorrhoea: is a bacteria infection that can affect the anus,throat or urethra.
They may be singular or multiple and adjoining. Low-grade lymphomas are very rare in children. The two most common types of NHL are DLBCL and follicular lymphomas. Men!). So, i have no idea what it was from. Incase it does not manifest itself in symptions,it typically causes urethris-itching or burning,and discharge from the urethra. The sores usually have a red border and several may appear at the same time. Kaposi’s sarcoma-associated herpesvirus is associated with lymphomas in patients with HIV infection.
Am I overreacting? Update: several of you have said herpes, but as i said, I couldn’t find anything similar online. 5)Herpes: The Herpes Simplex Viruses (HSVs) cause painful,blistering sores on exposed parts of the body and are transmited through any kind of sexual contact. Joint symptoms are the most frequently cited minor criterion. Painless, slowly progressive peripheral lymphadenopathy is the most common clinical presentation. This happened quickly from when he left from work by the time he came home. His balls then got very dry (I’m assuming from the skin being stretched).
6) Genital warts: Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a common STD. Rare manifestations include aseptic necrosis, enthesopathies, and sacroiliitis.