Swollen peehole?

Patient

Q: What kind of infection do I have?

Symptoms:  Pain. Swollen peehole. Smelly.
Doctor

A:   Thank you for your question. We would a more detailed description of your condition in order to provide you with a more specific cause of your illness. In general, such symptoms as yours are caused by sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea or chlamydia. We recommend that you have your genital area examined by a doctor to determine what type of infection you may have in order to be started on the appropriate treatment. Such infections are easily treated with antibiotics, and a full recovery can be expected. Please see your doctor for further evaluation.

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