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Had unsafe intercourse. Have itchy throat, cough, itchiness on penis tip. Why?

Good day, i am Tony from malaysia i had an overnight intercourse with a woman, she only told me that she has asthma ,three days later i have itchy throat that leads to over secretion of mu-cur and later leads to cough ...the latest development is that after like 2 weeks now i did the act unprotected i am feeling some itches beneath the cap of my penis (inside) the tube and no changes or swollen parts on the skin or cap...please i need advice on what to do...i could have visit the doctor but i am out of cash for like a week now thanks
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Hi,
Thanks for writing in.

Your cough and sore throat can be explained by a viral flu.

The problems in your penis must be investigated thoroughly. I wish you had used a condom during sex.

From your query, there is itchiness in the head of the penis under the foreskin. This has taken two weeks to appear after unprotected sex. This could either be a fungal infection or infection due to warts (less likely).

For a fungal infection, you must take a course of antifungals. If you had sex with a known partner, you must get her to consult a doctor too. Please abstain from sex until you get cured and use condoms to protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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