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Tested negative for STDs. Have irritation in testicles and penis, bumps under the lips. HIV chances?

I slept with 5 girls unprotected and had an orgasm in 2 of them, I was so paranoid I had something wrong with me that I went to the doctors. When I went he said I was STD negative, but Im so paranoid I got HIV because I got itching irritation in my testicles and penis & got bumps under my lips! WHAT’S WRONG WITH ME???
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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You have definitely had a high risk exposure. I am glad that you are negative for the STD screening.

Itching in the testicles is a common symptom but the bumps under the lips may point towards Herpes infection. Please confirm in your screening test that you have also been screened for Herpes. If not, please get it done.

You are lucky enough to be safe; practice safe sex in future.

Wish you good health.


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