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DNA PCR test for red spots on the penis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Answered : 37 Questions
Doctor :   HI
Doctor :  
how can i help u?
User :   I have a problem
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :  
please proceed
User :   can I ask u right now?
Doctor :  
yes
User :   I am 30 years old male. I had sex with a girl 2 months back using condom properly. Before sexual intercourse, she sucked my penis. I allowed her to do that thinking she is good and safe girl. Only after having sex, I came to know that she is professional sex worker. After few days, I observed some changes in my penis. There are some red spots in the tip of my penis. The problem is not severe and its not paining. But I am scared of it and had HIV test last week. The report is negative. Its clear that I do not have got HIV but still I am worried that I may have got some other STD. I am currently staying at Please suggest me the best way to get rid of this problem.
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
whats ur age?
User :   30 yrs
Doctor :   defnetly it is not hiv

Doctor :   what test have u taken for hiv?
User :   its quick test
Doctor :  
its better to get DNA PCR TEST
Doctor :  
as for first 6months quick test will not give results
User :   oh, then what about physical examination?
Doctor :  
yes
Doctor :  
red spots on ur pennis?
Doctor :  
athey are not painful?
Doctor :  
any discharge from ur pennis?
User :   no any bad discharge
Doctor :  
ok
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fever?
User :   no
Doctor :  
from how many days u are having these spots?
User :   everything is ok, but only signs like allergy
Doctor :  
ok
User :   its about 1 and 1/2 months
Doctor :  
have they incresed in size?
User :   no
Doctor :  
are they still there?
User :   yeah
Doctor :  
ok
User :   but problem is not much sever and no effect in my sexual desire too
Doctor :   it may be herpes infection
User :   herpes infection?
User :   what is it?
Doctor :  
did u have sex with her also?
User :   I had sex with her using condom
Doctor :   ok
User :   but she sucked my penis openly, i mean without using condom
Doctor :  
herpes is a viral infection
Doctor :  
it is a STD
User :   ok
User :   then?
Doctor :   this is due to hsv 2 virus
User :   May I know, who u r and where r u now?
User :   I want to know to whom I am consulting
Doctor :  
i am dr XXXXXXXX
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i am from
User :   ok
User :   so u r sexologist
Doctor :  
i am a general physician
User :   ok
User :   May I have chat with the s
User :   Because I am living
Doctor :   we can fix appointment with a sexologist
Doctor :   but not chat

User :   It would be easy for me to meet and consult as well
Doctor :  
sure
User :   Who is the best sexologist here in Deharadun?
Doctor :   but we can fix appointment with sexologist
User :   ok
User :   What u suggest, should I go to sexologist for my problem?
Doctor :  
we have a list of doctors which we will mail u ,so that u can choose from them
Doctor :   its better u go to a dermotologist.
User :   I have no any idea about sexologist and dermetologist here in the city
Doctor :  
ok
User :   thats why I am asking with u?
Doctor :  
we will take care of it,we will fix appointment
Doctor :  
91-0000
Doctor :  
is this ur no.?
User :   yeah
User :   u can also mail to me at YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
our executive will call u tomorrow regarding appointment fixation with list of doctors and their qualifications
Doctor :  
is that fine?
User :   would u pls give me ur e-mail add?
User :   That would be fine
Doctor :   doctor @ WWW.WWWW.WW User :   but in case of any more queries, i like to write u directly
User :   do u get the mail if i write to u in this mail add
Doctor :   u can send to that email id
Doctor :   yes i will get
User :   ok
Doctor :   what time we can call u?

User :   I am really scared of the problem and I have not shared this with anyone except u
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
dont worry this is very confidential
User :   I expect the same
User :   because i am going to get married soon
Doctor :  
and ur problem is not major ,herpes infection is not dangerous
Doctor :   oh thats good
User :   before that i have to complete my treatment
Doctor :  
wish u happy married life in advance
Doctor :  
ok
User :   thank u Dr
Doctor :  
welcome
User :   But still i am scared of my future
Doctor :   nothing to worry
Doctor :   relax
User :   thank u
Doctor :  
is there anything else i can help
User :   I like to know more about safer sex
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
safe means from pregnancy or STD?
User :   from STD
Doctor :  
OK
Doctor :  
GOLDEN RULE IS DNT HAVE SEX WITH SEX WORKER
User :   I will consult u after marrige regarding pregnancy
Doctor :   if u have always use a CONDOM
Doctor :  
condom will give u 95 percent protection
User :   Even if the girl is not sex worker, how can we know that she is safe?
Doctor :  
we cannot know
User :   its only 95%, but only .01 % matters, am i right?
Doctor :  
yes thats y i have mentioned clearlly that dont have sex with an unknown person
User :   its right
Doctor :  
that 5 percent is due to improper wearing of condom
User :   but sometimes, it becomes beyond control, how can i prevent myself at that time
Doctor :  
u can masturbate
Doctor :  
it doesnt have any side effects

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