Hello Im new here.
I've never had sex with a woman, and i havent had oral sex either.
I do suffer a lot from canker sores (not herpes or fever blisters) just simple canker sores, but i know that those aren't contagious.
I haven't kissed anyone lately and I don't have any herpes or anything in my mouth or anywhere.
Anyway back to the problem, on the shaft of my penis, when i pull my foreskin back a couple of days ago I had this tiny canker sore, I haven't had sex or anything (just masturbation) so i figured that i hurt myself without realising.
After a few days There is now another canker sore, and now there are a few, it seems like its spreading (I haven't stopped masturbatign until today when i realized it was worse).
They aren't too painful unless I touch them, they look just like canker sores from your mouth but down there, just like if you bit your lip and then you get that kind of sore. It looks like that.
It itches from now and then but it doesnt bother me much and I could even masturbate (foreskin up).
Right now one of my wisdom tooth is killing me so i was prescribed a lot of pain killers and antibiotics so if there is some type of infections i guess the antibiotics should take care of it.
What could this be? could it be that im just hurting myself or i might have some disease?
is there another way to get an std besides having sex?
I will post pictures later tonight if needed. I dont know if i can post them yet. (forum rules?)
edit: sorry for posting on different forums, i didnt know where to post.
Canker sores on my penis? - std? Virgin.
Hello Im new here.
Welcome to AfraidToAsk, Baha. This question is probably best answered here, so I'll lock the other threads.
You say you have never had sex with a woman, but have you had sex with a man?
Since it's spreading, it doesn't seem to be just an injury. It's hard to know what it is. It could be some sort of viral or fungal infection - these are not affected by ordinary antibiotics. I note that you suffer a lot from canker sores, and these can have a lot of causes (Wikipedia article here), which include not enough vitamin B12, iron or folic acid. It would be worth trying supplements or improving your diet to eliminate this possible cause.
It's certainly a possible place for canker sores like the oral ones. Also it is possible for canker sores to be contagious if they are caused by a virus, as sometimes happens.
I think you should show the sores to a doctor. You can post links to pictures here if necessary (posting images that show on the page is disabled); suitable cropping should make the picture non-erotic. However, none of us are doctors and it will only help if someone else happens to recognise something he has had.