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Burning urination, red sores, itchy scrotum. No STD in urine sample

Hi i am a 23 year old male i have sex with three different women on a weekly basis its been like this for about a month or two recently it started to burn when i pee i went to the doctors they said they found no std in ny urine sample but i had red sores and the doctor said it looked like herpes the burning urination stoped but the red bumps stayed there slowly getting better but they grow when i have sex and when i masturbate the red bumps turn white and ashy looking can u tell me what i have+ oh yea and my scrotum itches...please help
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Hi.You might have acquired Genital Herpes infection.It is a viral disease,occurs when there is low immunity like fever ,but subsides on its own.No need for specific treatment.If it is hurtung,you can take Oral antiviral drug which is active against Genital herpes.Regarding itching over the scrotum,it may be due to fungal infection.keep it clean and dry.Consult a dermatologist if the symptoms persist.take care.
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