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Forum Name: Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Question: Sore Throat, Fever, Mild burning at opening of penis.

 fullofanxiety - Sat Mar 29, 2008 11:32 pm

Long story short I get drunk pass out wake up guy is going down on me I, not in my proper mindset or really in control of my actions go down on him, nothing else happens other then some kissing. 2 days later I get a moderate sore throat accompanied with a mild fever. Later on that day I start getting a mild burning at the opening of my penis. Now we're on day 3... I plan to make an appointment to the health department for free testing and possible treatment as it is anonymous and I do not wish for my family's doctor to know anything about this. But I would like some help as to identifying the problem(s) as I am worried sick about it. I have actually been crying all day and contemplating suicide if it turns out to be something pretty bad... Please help.

Other symptoms i'm feeling are decreased apetite possibly from worry, fatigue, and sore calf muscles possibly from walking. I did just get over a cough that I had for like three weeks about a week ago. Hope any of this information can be of help... Oh and I have had oral surgery maybe a month ago, Wisdom teeth removed and an implant tooth placed.
 John Kenyon, CNA - Wed Jul 23, 2008 12:10 am

User avatar Hi fullofanxiety -

While I understand your extreme concern over the symptoms that have developed, they all developed so quickly it almost certainly is some sort of simple bacterial infection or maybe a couple different ones. The possibilities in that department are nearly endless before you even start to get to the really bad stuff. I'd just get to a doctor or clinic as quickly as possible (hopefully you've long since done that) and very likely get put on an antibiotic.

Hoping that by now this has all been resolved. Please do follow up with us here.

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