Blood left my sweetheart’s penis
I have been with my sweetheart for around six months and am totally enamored. He lives in Vienna so we don’t get the chance to see such a large amount of each …
I have been with my beau for around six months and am totally infatuated. He lives in Vienna so we don’t get the opportunity to see such a large amount of each other.
I burned through two weeks in Vienna about a month prior where we were sexually dynamic. Everything was fabulous.
He got back home for the end of the week and we got somewhat bold. We had intercourse in a field by his home, it was dim and to the extent I could tell everything was fine.
When we came back to the house I went to the washroom and saw that there was blood on my thighs and on me. I verified whether it had originated from me and it hadn’t.
I would not like to state anything as I suspected that maybe he had cut himself on something in the field.
When I went upstairs to get something out of his pack I discovered his boxers and they were secured with blood. I didn’t state anything other than I would talk about it with him the next day.
The next night we were remaining in an inn and I raised the issue. He said he was in enormous agony, yet didn’t realize what it was.
There was a marginally yellowy penile release and the penis, which is not circumcised, was aggravated, but rather to the extent I could tell there was no more blood.
He is back in Vienna and I am to a great degree stressed as now he can barely walk and is in enormous agony.
Indeed, it appears to be entirely obvious that the blood is originating from him. So he is very brave issue.
It’s fascinating that you’re concerned that he may have gotten this issue from you. I am more worried that you may now have discovered something from him.
This man needs therapeutic help today. I comprehend that Vienna has brilliant venereology administrations, so I encourage you to telephone or email him and instruct him to see an expert immediately.
It would just be sensible for you (living in Britain, to the extent I can tell) to ensure yourself by reaching your nearby genitourinary pharmaceutical (GUM) facility, and arranging a registration for yourself.
The NetDoctor Medical Team