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Penis discomfort

I had a drunken one night stand about 2 weeks ago - unprotected vaginal sex. I'm 37. The day after there was a tingling sensation in my penis which disappeared after a few days but has since returned after having protected sex. It's not constant and not particularly painful but slightly uncomfortable. It feels like it's at the tip of the penis. I have had no other STD type symptoms (no pain during urination / ejaculation, no discharge etc). I am very worried I have an STD though - does it sound like I could have? If I gonfor a test, what should I get tested for with this symptom? Thanks. E

Asked by E
19th February 2015 (in Health)

Tags: penis glands ejaculation erection unprotected testing sti discharge

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

You are right to wonder whether you may have an infection and we would suggest that you should get checked.





There are several types of STI that you can get, and in some cases you don’t even notice any symptoms although you can still pass it on as well as getting complications yourself later.





You don’t need to worry about what to get tested for – all the clinics will know what to test for.



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Answered by team member Dr Peter
8th December 2015

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Penis issues

My age is 22yrs my pennis size is small. When excited increasess in size when masterbates also . Releases urine. When discharged. Semen immediately after 10 sec . I feel sticky nature while sleeping . Iam masterbating from13ye .be├žause of unsafe sex with a boypl help me.

Asked by chandar
26th July 2013 (in Health)

Tags: penis penis size ejaculation masturbation unprotected

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for contacting MSH. There seems to be a lot of issues in your message, we will try to address each one as best as we can, but I think due to a language issue english isn't your first language and so its hard to understand completely your main concern. Regarding Penis Size: What you think as small may not be small. Many men would like to increase the size of their penis as penis size is one of the biggest male concerns, nearly all men worry at some stage in their life about the size of their penis. A lot of it can be due to watching porn and seeing how big other men are, but men in porn tend to always be very well hung and that is why they use them in porn. Some men are so unsatisfied it can cause them great distress and make them seek out ways to increase their size. Please ignore any adverts you find on the internet, in magazines or emails claiming to make your penis bigger via any form of pills, you could be putting yourself in more harm and these pills do not work. The only way to change the size of your penis is through surgery and this is extremely risky and could result in you unable to get an erection. The male penis comes in all shapes and sizes, all over the world there are different sizes, for example in India the average size is 4 inches, the UK is 5.5 and the congo in Africa is 7. We are all built differently and never let someone make you feel inadequate with what you have, people fall in love with the person not the penis. There are many different positions you can try with a partner so that you are both sexually satisfied, experiment and see what works best for you. You may benefit from some form of sexual counselling if it is affecting your life a lot.

Regarding Urine & semen Discharge: This is the part we are most confused about, are you saying you urinate before you ejaculate semen? Or the other way around? Regarding sleeping: You could be possibly experiencing a wet dream, this is when you have an involuntary orgasm in your sleep and is perfectly normal, not everyone experiences these and most people grow out of it. Regarding unsafe sex: If you have had unsafe sex, we recommend you go to your nearest Sexual health clinic and get tested for all sexually transmitted infections. We hope this has helped with some of your issues, please let us know if we can be of any further help

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Answered by team member Matt
31st July 2013

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Accidentally split azithromycin dose

I contracted genital gonorrhea through unprotected oral sex with a partner and took a course of doxycycline (100mg twice per day for seven days). I received a injection in the buttock yesterday (though I'm not sure what antibiotic this was) and was also given a further course of the antibiotic azithromycin. The doctor wasn't very clear as to how to take the azithromycin and I took one 250mg tablet about 12 hours before realising that all four tablets were intended to be taken as a 1mg single dose. I immediately took the remaining 750mg. My question is, given that I've had both an injection and a course of doxycycline, is this misunderstanding of the azithromycin (and the 12 hour gap between the first 250mg and the remaining 750mg) likely to mean that I still have the infection? Do I need to seek treatment or testing again?

Asked by anonymous
22nd November 2012 (in Sex)

Tags: unprotected oral sex testing sti

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thank you for getting in touch with us. With this specific incident, due to the nature of the personal prescription we could not really comment on it, as we don't know any of your medical history and although medication for STI's can be seen as universal, it could actually be person specific based on many other factors. So for this we would say that you should call the clinic back up and discuss the issues you have pointed out above and I'm sure one of the clinicians will be able to give you a correct answer based on your records they hold. Sorry we couldn't be more specific but hopefully you can understand why we on this occasion we can't be.

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Answered by team member Matt
22nd November 2012

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Unprotected penile vainal sex risk?

Hello, I(Circumcised man)had an unprotected isertive vaginal sex with a prostitue 8 weeks before for 5 min and ejaculated into it. when I return home after an hour of that event I washed my penis with normal water and masturbation fpr 5 times. next day I feel very inflamation and hot feeling through out the body and have seen a deep pink pimple on my chest and another on my arm. two little red spot(flat) on my palm. all these things disappered within 3 days. again I feel very little red dots on my legs and a big red one, a little spot on palm like before. these all were flat and disappeared within 3 days. I regularly did 4 times masturbation for 3 days before it. is it due to body heat? but still no feaver and other symtoms on neck and mouth. am I at risk? reply please.

Asked by anonymous
6th December 2012 (in Sex)

Tags: penis red spots masturbation unprotected gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thank you for contacting us. Having unprotected sex does put you at risk of catching a sexually transmitted infection, HIV and pregnancy. Going home and washing and masturbating will have little to no effect. It's impossible for us to say if the spots/pimples are anything to do with the unprotected sex, but nearly all Sexually Transmitted Infections take much longer to show any signs/symptoms, some don't even show any. But yes you will be at risk due to the simple fact you had unprotected sex, and that it was with a prostitute increases your risk, so we would encourage you to go to your local GUM clinic, or GP, Doctor to get a full screen test and refrain from having sex with anyone else till you take the test and get the results, as if you have caught something you risk passing it on to someone else. If you need any condoms in the future, please be aware you can get them free from our website if you live in the Swindon area. If you need any further advice please do get back in touch.

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Answered by team member Matt
11th December 2012

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Advice on testing for only unprotected oral

Hi, I am a bisexual male and last tested in March 2012 for HIV, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea and Chlamydia with all results being negative. My only form of unprotected sex is when someone is sucking me. I do frequently visit gay cruising areas and gay bath houses but only engage in protected oral sex if am sucking a penis, if some one is performing oral sex on me most of the time it is without protection. I have read other forums but they only give a guide for one instance not multiple incidents i.e. 20 males over 7 months So my question is do I need to retest and should I be concerned for any STDS? Thank you for taking the time to read my question Joe

Asked by Joe
9th November 2012 (in Sex)

Tags: penis unprotected chlamydia gay oral sex testing sti hiv syphilis gonorrhoea

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hi Joe, thanks for getting in touch with your concern. Oral sex generally is a low risk activity, and you have reduced risk of transmission by using condoms when you give oral. But yes there is risk that you could catch something from someone when they perform oral sex on you without you also wearing a condom, for example, you can get chlamydia in the throat, so if you get sucked off by someone who has that, its likely this will be passed on to your penis, and then if someone else sucks you off, you could then infect their throat. Also multiple partners also increases risk, as shown in my previous example. Oral sex is very low risk of HIV, but yes there is risk of other STI's. We normally recommend getting tested after each new partner, but when engaging in multiple partners this isn't always practical, so maybe at least once a month, if you are constantly engaging in activity if any part of it is unsafe. But this could also be discussed with the person who treats you at the GUM clinic, they may suggest a different time frame. I hope this has helped answer your question, feel free to get back in touch if you would like further advice.

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Answered by team member Matt
12th November 2012

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Unprotected sex

I had unprotected sex a couple of days ago but since that day I have been noticing yellowish thick little fluid on the tip of my panis,am afraid it might be syphilis,what is it?

Asked by Edwar
18th March 2015 (in Health)

Tags: glands penis size unprotected

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Unprotected sex always carries a risk of catching an infection (an STI), and so does oral sex. If you notice a discharge and/or pain when having a pee a few days after unprotected sex then you need to go to your local GUM clinic for a check up. 





You asked if it could be syphilis: actually this is probably not the case, because syphilis is not one of the infections that starts with a discharge. (Usually it will be a small painless ulcer on the penis, called a chancre).





But whatever the reason for your fluid discharge we suggest a check up – and remember to avoid unprotected sex unless in a long term relationship after you have both had a check to make sure you can’t give each other any unwelcome surprises.



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Answered by team member Dr Peter
8th December 2015