hello doctor ive went threw 7 years of hell you see i know i have an std and im worried ive pasted it to my wife it started with red spots on my penis so i decided to get tested for clymidia and gonerea in 2006 both negative after much depair i got a bad body rash in 2009 so i decide to get a hiv test antibody 1&2 test which was negative so it was good for a while but my penis rash didnt clear around 3 mounths later i got another hiv antibody 1&2 test again negative and a shyillis test negative also all blood tests by the way so a couple of years past of which im still getting penis and anus rashes i decide in 2011 to get the another hiv antibody 1&2 test whoich is negative again around 6 mounts later in november 2011 i get another hiv antibody 1&2 antibody test again negative can u tell me if i could have been boarder line in these tests ive only been with my wife after them but ive had the symtoms all the way threw and 2 years before a hiv 1 + ive got strep group b discharg frm penis
Skin lesions and rashes can occur due to a wide variety of medical and infective causes (other than sexually transmitted conditions). Trying to self diagnose will always result in too much of distress and anxiety, and also causes the person to undergo unnecessary tests.
There is no need to undergo any tests on your own.
You should consult your doctor or a dermatologist who can examine you and gain more information from your history. He can then decide on any tests if needed. This will help in proper diagnosis of the underlying condition and appropriate treatment can be initiated accordingly.
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