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Ok so I have this problem, about six months ago I had sex with this girl I've known her for a long while now and was comfortable and every thing with her. Well a few days later I had this red spot on my penis. Of course I freaked out and went to the clinic right away because it was a heavy burden on my mind. The doc looked at it and said it was probably nothing just a normal occurrence. I got tested and everything came back negative which was a relief.
Now fast forward about a month and a half. I wake up one day and it burns when I pee and I have discharge coming out of my penis (take note that I haven't had sex since the first incident). Again I'm very anxious so I go to the clinic. I get retested and put on antibiotics for a urinary tract infection. A week later my results came back and all negative. A big load off of my shoulders.
Now fast forward about two weeks, I'm at work using the restroom and for some reason inspecting my penis and I go into panic mode. I see these little bumps and my penis is dry. So i jump on my phone and start researching the problem I am having. This was a bad mistake on my part. I go into an even greater panic and some how made myself believe that I have contracted something. Again to the clinic I go the doc looks and says just irritation, But deep down inside I don't really believe him as I walk out the door.
From that point on I am constantly thinking and worried about my penis. I start making it a habit to inspect myself every time I use the restroom. Also I am on my phone researching things which I was diagnosing myself with. Well to get the point I have been to the same doc three more times and each time he tells me nothing's wrong, and introduced me with the fact that I may have an anxiety disorder. Can anyone help me with ways I can get this off of my mind. It's been affecting me, my performance at work, my will to be active, and just my thoughts in general seem so dark compared to last year at this time. It's like my anxiety won't except that it's an anxiety problem. Thanks for reading....
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