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Small red dots on penis, lower back pain since unprotected sex. What is the cause?

I am mukesh 29 years old guy. About 6months ago i had vaginal intercourse with a girl with condom but one time the condom was broken. And next day i found small red dots on my penis and after four months the back pain has been started. I showed it to the doctor and he told me it will go away. And after a week red dots are gone. But few weeks after wen i masturbate its come again and this time its just a red spots. I went to the doctor again he told me its just a fungus infection. And he gave me some white anti- fungal cream to apply on my penis head. i don t know the name of the anti-fungal cream. And after using that anti-fungal cream the red dots stop coming. Now after few weeks the anti-fungal cream is finished and i have noticing red spots on my penis again. There are no symptoms of the red spots. Its not itchy, or pain or a burning feeling. Except some unusual very mild pain in the penis after having sex with the girl. And mild lower back pain which i am experiencing from past 20 days. I am very worried about all this. And this depressing me lot day by day. I am very great-full and thankful to you, if you get me out of this. Sorry for my bad English. Plzz let me know what it is? And what kind of test i need to take?? Or which anti-fungal cream should is use?? Plzzzz give me ur feedback as soon as possible. Thnx
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Hello
Red spots on your penis may be due allergic reaction to chemicals used in condom as a lubricants or due to vigorous rough sex.It is not due to any STD .
As regards your low back ache it could be due to stone in the urinary system either in kidney or ureter.
Please get following tests done
1) Routine urine test
2) Ultrasound scanning of the abdomen .

Please consult qualified urologist for clinical evaluation and further treatment.
Dr.Patil.
Answered: Sun, 18 Aug 2013
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