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scared to get tested 19 years old

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I'm nocan someone help me? I need tio get tested but im scared of positive results. I caught chlamydia a months ago and had 4 small bumps on base of penis 2 on each side dr said it was ingrown hair and I left it alone but now I have this pain in my testicles and penis with negative for other test but I haven't got a hsv2 test. I'm not having any discharge bumps or anything but my eyes feel sticky and right one seems sensitive to sun light for the past few weeks and my belly button hurts extremely bad and pelvic above bladder leading to pelvic hurts when I move I'm super scared.


Side note every girl I've slept with says they haven't experienced anything I just wish I knew someone with herpes who could help me.

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Hello and Welcome!


The best thing you can do is get tested ... but if you were only exposed a month ago odds are it won't show up in a blood test for anther few months.


To be honest all the symptoms you are giving don't really point to Herpes except possible the bumps and the pain in the testicles/penis. We aren't Dr's here so we can't really diagnose anything either ... but you might have some kind of systemic infection going on so it's best to get it looked at.....


If you get tested and need help understanding what they tell you, then we are here.... and whatever happens, I hope you will get yourself properly educated about STD's and saf-ER sex (because there will always be the risk of getting something if you are having non-monogamous sex with partners who are not fully tested... but then again, ALL of life has *some* risk involved 😉 )


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