go1denboy

Paranoid Or An Actual Std?!?

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Well, I have 2 blister/bumps under my tongue on the each side of a tissue that connects my tongue to  the bottom of my mouth.

Yesterday I had an intercourse with WG (good reviews and was quite clean too),we had a long foreplay and quite a bit of 69 (owo). I didn't notice any "abnormalities" on/around her genitals no bad odors and so on. And overnight I developed those blisters under my mouth, they are quite irritating and I feel tenderness around that area.

 

I've already booked an STD test for next week, but I cant stop to feel paranoid about this.

I'm a new punter and only had 3 WG's thus far last one over 3 month ago, never until yesterday performed oral with someone new(only my gf's) nor bareback.

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The only advice we can give is to visit your GP or better still find a drop-in GUM clinic, diagnosis via forums is only going to make you worry!

The chances are that its nothing and because of the short incubation time I would say what you have is damage to the bit under your tongue due to straining it, had it once when I went at it like a madman once, never again, the joys of having a short tongue!  but having said that, its no reason not to visit a GUM clinic ASAP, its just a forum opinion not solid qualified medical diagnosis.

GUM clinics are easy, you don't need to give your real name but they may ask for a contact number if any results are not available on the day so unless you have a secret punting phone I would sort out one before you go.

They will ask questions but remember you can lie but when they ask if you have paid for sex and you say yes, the nurse/doctor won't even bat an eyelid but it will help them help you.

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Yes go the GUM clinic to put your mind at rest and for the treatment if you have an STD.   We all have a responsibility and any body seeing wg should go to the clinic anyway as most wg do as well. Even those starting a new relationship could and should go as a matter of course.  Even in a relationship I think I would still go now.   

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When I go to the GUM clinic iam completely honest with them about my punting activities.I don't want anything unwanted clinging to me.So far I've licked loads of WG's pussies and things have been good so far! I do get regular check ups, and iam due for another one.I just drop in as soon as I can get there, and opt for the full spectrum of tests.ie blood tests, urine, and so on.

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You can probably relax - as some JKay says, the incubation time is such that you wouldnt show something like that after just a day.  But it is a good reminder that reverse oral is not without risk.

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the advice about GUM checkup is good.

but sounds like mouth ulcers.  I'd get a tube of bonjela from the chemist which should sort it.

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Thanks for your advice, I think I just got a bit paranoid about this. Like said above its good to keep in mind the risks involved.

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Went to my GUM Clinic to put my mind at rest about a few spots on the tip of my manhood.

 

I was there for about 4 hours,  but had my blood taken, full sexual history was given and then was

examined.

The doctor seemed disappointed to notice they were not genital warts/herpes but mild thrush.

I was told to not use perfumed bath gel/soap and clean my manhood with water when showering.

 

Im still convinced that more could have been done at the clinic.

 

After still washing with water the thrush have not reduced, instead a couple smaller ones have

appeared nearby.

 

Im thinking about getting a second opinion at a GUM in a major hospital and not my Community Hospital?

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Thanks for your advice, I think I just got a bit paranoid about this. Like said above its good to keep in mind the risks involved.

 

If I developed blisters the day after a booking, I too would be a little paranoid. You were right to book an appointment at the GUM. I hope the blisters are not related to the punt. Good luck.

 

Im thinking about getting a second opinion at a GUM in a major hospital and not my Community Hospital?

 

Go back to the GUM and tell them the symptoms are worse. I shouldn't think there would be a difference in which GUM you go to. They should all be equally capable of diagnosing an STI

 

Go and see your gp if your are comfortable. It may be something as simple as developing an allergy to your usual detergent or bodywash.

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Went to my GUM Clinic to put my mind at rest about a few spots on the tip of my manhood.

 

I was there for about 4 hours,  but had my blood taken, full sexual history was given and then was

examined.

The doctor seemed disappointed to notice they were not genital warts/herpes but mild thrush.

I was told to not use perfumed bath gel/soap and clean my manhood with water when showering.

 

Im still convinced that more could have been done at the clinic.

 

After still washing with water the thrush have not reduced, instead a couple smaller ones have

appeared nearby.

 

Im thinking about getting a second opinion at a GUM in a major hospital and not my Community Hospital?

 

 

Don't worry, I get it regular, sound like me you are allergic to Thrush as well that's what they tell me, when you get out of shower mix up a solution of salt water and stick your dick in it, gum clinic told me to do this, keeps it clean and helps healing process, did they give you a tube of cream to use? its same stuff as athletes foot cream (anti-fungal)  Have you got redness in your groin as well?

 

there are many causes for it and a GP or Gum will do other health tests because it can be signs of other problems in the future ( not STDs)

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Keep your self clean with just water 3 times a day if you can plus the salt water, should be gone in less than a week with the cream, one tip if you are getting a sweaty groin say at work in the morning before you leave for work apply a little Sudacrem to your groin, keeps it from developing, something to do with body producing yeast.

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I don't understand their treatment suggestion. If you have balanitis (the medical term for a Candida infection of the penis), it needs to be treated with clotrimazole cream, perhaps with a fluconazole capsule added in for good measure.

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Went to my GUM Clinic to put my mind at rest about a few spots on the tip of my manhood.

 

I was there for about 4 hours,  but had my blood taken, full sexual history was given and then was

examined.

The doctor seemed disappointed to notice they were not genital warts/herpes but mild thrush.

I was told to not use perfumed bath gel/soap and clean my manhood with water when showering.

 

Im still convinced that more could have been done at the clinic.

 

After still washing with water the thrush have not reduced, instead a couple smaller ones have

appeared nearby.

 

Im thinking about getting a second opinion at a GUM in a major hospital and not my Community Hospital?

I had thrush and they gave me some hydrochotozone  (Spelling?) cream.  The head was sore as well but it seems to have helped!

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Cheers for some good advice, will also try using the salt suggestion.

 

I dont have any itchiness, redness or swellings but only tiny spots.

The GUM nurse did tell me not to worry about it being a STD , just allergic reaction and also said wear cotton pants.

 

So far, whilst punting upto now, no WG has refused to provide her services on me.

 

If it gets any worse then will return.

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Anti-fungals are usually required to clear up thrush, washing (with or without soap) generally will not usually get rid of it which could be why it's recurring. Unfortunately the word you can't spell could be hydrocortisone which is a steroid cream which is definitely not recommended for fungal infections, if anything it could make it worse. Fluconazole tablets or clotrimazole are however anti-fungals and there is a difference between these and the steroid cream.

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If I developed blisters the day after a booking, I too would be a little paranoid. You were right to book an appointment at the GUM. I hope the blisters are not related to the punt. Good luck.

 

 

Go back to the GUM and tell them the symptoms are worse. I shouldn't think there would be a difference in which GUM you go to. They should all be equally capable of diagnosing an STI

 

Go and see your gp if your are comfortable. It may be something as simple as developing an allergy to your usual detergent or bodywash.

In my, very limited thank goodness, experience, your GP may well defer to the more specialised knowledge available at the GUM clinic, so you could get things moving faster by going straight there. Most GUM clinics offer a walk-in service if you have the time to wait. Failing that you could telephone for a convenient appointment.

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Keep your self clean with just water 3 times a day if you can plus the salt water, should be gone in less than a week with the cream, one tip if you are getting a sweaty groin say at work in the morning before you leave for work apply a little Sudacrem to your groin, keeps it from developing, something to do with body producing yeast.

Sudocrem is very bad advice. Any potential fungal infections will be harvested in the moisture of the cream, this will only make the problem worse not better.

He needs to use a Clotrimazole Cream to help clear up any infection, then when he showers/baths then use a non-perfumed/coloured cream to clean thoroughly around the genital area. The best one is Aqueous Cream which can be picked up from Lloyds Chemist for around £4 for a big tub.

Then after bathing, thoroughly dry the area around the groin and use talc to keep the area dry.

 

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You can actually buy a caneston cream called "jock itch" 

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You can actually buy a caneston cream called "jock itch" 

Mycil make one too.

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