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Back bulging disks, using meth, paranoid, pinched nerves. Get tested for STD?

I have a bad back bulging disks and such, and I started using Meth again. Every once in a while it would feel like I had something dripping down my leg. I would check, but there would be nothing and I started to get really self conscious about it, so I would get more paranoid about it, and it would seem like it got worse the more I did think about it. I looked it up on the internet and it said people with back problems feel those sensations from pinched nerves. But now it s gotten worse and I know I have something wrong, I have clear sparkling stains in the clothes I wear, mainly underwear. Could it be just the meth and my bad back?, or should I get a STD check I have had one last year and only slept with 3 or 4 girls since, who I knew and am pretty sure were clean.
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Its less likely to be a STD from your history. STD generally presents with ulcer/discharge/swelling/rash in the genital region before affecting nerves. If you had used condoms during contact the chance of contracting an STD is very less. If you had not used condom then you can get tested for STD to relieve your anxiety. Wish you good health.
Answered: Sun, 4 Aug 2013
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