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Sexual intercourse, skin rashes, blood vessel damage on inner thigh. Treatment for symptoms?

Hi, a partner I have been having a reelationship with has developed a rash. About 6 months ago after vigorous sex lasting all night he developed what looked like blood vessel damage on his right inner thigh. It seemed to go down slightly but has now spead to the left inner thigh. Its not sore, it doesn t itch and the rash is just a red mark, like a bruise . I thought perhaps herpes , but it doesn t seem to be the same symptoms? Any help or advice would be greatly received, many ttanks.
Asked On : Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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Hi,
It seems that your partner might developed ecchymoses on both thighs inner areas. And that may be due to trauma or friction during sexual intercourse. It is not herpes as you have doubt. The bruise patches your partner is having need no treatment. That may go away by itself. Vitamin C and K may be helpful to improve the condition. Thrombophob oint application may improve the bruise.
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Dr. Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Thu, 21 Nov 2013
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