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Had unprotected sex. Purple blotches, spots on head of penis, flu, ulcer. Worried about STD?

Hi, I am freakin out a bit. About two months ago I had unprotected high risk sex. Although that peraon recently told me they cleared a bunch of std tests im still worried. I had the flu last week but I notcied some weird things going on. I noticed small purple blotches and spots on head of penis. It doesnt really burn nor is it very noticeable but it wont go away. I also had diarrhea this morning. Also, when I had flu last week I had a sore throat. Very minor. I never vomited. Also had a very small ulcer in mouth that lasted like two days. Had fever about two days. I sweated it out wed night. Should I be worried?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Hi,
Thanks for contacting HCM
you have
the history of unprotected high risk sex
small purple blotches and spots on head of penis
a very small ulcer in mouth
these description require to rule out the STD for this you consult the Skin and VD specialist as early as possible for better and safe health.
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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