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What causes painful blisters on penis? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 19-Apr-2014
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User:Hi

I have woken up with two small grazes / cuts on my penis that are fairly painful and blister like. Any idea what they maybe? I suffer with severe anxiety and am feeling extremely worried.

Thanks XXXXXXX
Doctor:Hi
User:Hello
Doctor:Based on your description, I suppose you might be suffering from genital herpes
Doctor:I can not be sure without examining you in person
User:I have woken up with two small blister like cuts on my foreskin and they were seeping but have scabbed over through the day. They are painful to touch. Can you think what it maybe?
Doctor:but I may be able to give a you better answer if you could take a photo of the lesion you described and uploaded it here
User:How do u catch herpes? I have not been sexually active for nearly a year?
Doctor:oh, okay
Doctor:Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease
Doctor:so if you had no exposure for one year, it is not that
User:I'm not sure how to upload a picture? I am on a VLCD and have been for about 4 weeks now, could that have anything to do with it?
Doctor:VLCD?
Doctor:could you expand that please
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