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Open sore on groin, rashes, itching, redness, sticky discharge, painful to walk. Is it STD?

Hi doctor I have a question, I have an open sore by my groin and after a week from that I also got this rash on my left testicle it doesn't itch but it is red and I have the sticky discharge which makes it very painful to walk but if I sit down it is fine. Its been a few days and I am really scared I might have STD or HIV. Please help me
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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Hi, as you describe it appears to be the boil, which burst after ripening, as the pus in the abscess comes in contact with the neighboring skin, there also a tendency of eruption of new boil, and now it is in this process.
You need to use medication, to control the infection, and to prevent the spread of the infection.
So i advise you to consult a surgeon for diagnosis and treatment.
Thank you.
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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