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Slight pain in head of penis, other parts of body, burn mark on wrist. What it could be ?

Hi friend I have been experiencing some strange things happining to my body over past month or so. It started of just being a slight pain in the end of my penis but has started going to other parts of me not pain but marks on my back. I come back from a night out at my mates the other night and i had like a burn mark on my wrist the pain was so bad when i new it was there, also my bum was iching and it has only just stoped this morning. Now needless to say i went to the GU in my country in the (UK) and everything they tested me for was all nagative. They told me to go to your local GP and did not give me a clue to what it would be. I have not got a doctor as of yet and im going to sign up today or monday. I just want to try and get to the bottom of this being that it is just geting worse not better. Thanks for your time will be waiting on your replie.
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
You have very vague complain.
Burning,itching marks are usually due to some allergic reaction after contact or some insect bite.
Apply mild steroid cream on it.
You can tale levocetrizine to subside itching and nsaid to subside pain.
Start b12,folic acid,other vitamin,minerals to boost up your general health.
Consult you family physician first for proper guidance and medications.

Answered: Fri, 22 Nov 2013
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