Can somebody help?! Ok long story...so one day when i was 15 i started to masturbate - this wasn't the first time, but this time for some reason i couldn't cum. After a while i began to lose interest in myself and just decided to stop. I wasn't sexually active at the time so a couple days later when i noticed some kind of blister on my genital region i was really surprised. They looked just like a blister one would get on their foot after running in the wrong type of shoes. A small area would become red and firm to the touch and then slowly you would start to see the blister. It was sensitve and caused a bit of pain when any pressure from my hand or pants touched/rubbed it. I tried to pop it and when i did an ooze came out. the affected area stayed red for a couple of days and then went away. Since then (im 19 now) these blisters have come and gone and they've left scars (probably from popping) on the areas where they appeared (never on the shaft or scrotum, only below my stomach in the area about an 2 inches above the base of my penis). Sometimes they are quarter size and sometimes they are they size of pimples. With the big ones - a very dark blood usually comes out when they rupture, and with the small - usually a pinkish (blood/ooze mix probably) liquid comes out but sometimes just normal color blood. I've been sexually active for a lil over a year with only 1 person and she has never had any signs of them. Also, i've looked at tons of STD sights and i can't find any matching pictures of what i have. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
HELP ME PLEASE!
No one here will know for sure nor will you untill you visit the Doc. Possibilities?
It might be bacteria or fungus. Even though it really sounds like genital herpes, it may be molluscum or something else.
What kind of Doc should i visit? ... It does sound like herpes...but i started seeing it 2 years before i was ever sexually active, can you explain why this might be? And about my gf, she's never had any problems at all and we've been active for over a year, should we be worried?
try visit a urologist,and if you cant then i guess a general practitioner.