My KKJ was “on fire” after playing backdoor with a pub girl, or so the doctor said.
I never thought a night of fun with a stranger would have such dire consequences. But here I was, a grown man in the doctor’s office begging for help as I was told I might have to amputate my penis if the infection got any further.
It all started with a night out at the pub.
I was feeling adventurous and wanted to try something new. The pub girl was attractive and I couldn’t resist her advances. We ended up going home together and I never thought anything of it.
The next morning, I woke up in pain. My KKJ was swollen and there was a burning sensation that felt like fire coming from my groin. I tried to ignore it and went about my day, but the pain only got worse over the days.
When I couldn’t take it anymore I went to the doctor, who told me I had contracted a sexually transmitted infection (STI). He told me that I needed to get it treated immediately or else it could lead to further complications.
He prescribed me antibiotics to treat the infection and told me to abstain from any sexual activity until it was completely healed. I was embarrassed and ashamed, but I followed his instructions.
After a few weeks, the pain had subsided and I thought I was in the clear. But then one day, I noticed a strange rash around my KKJ. It was red and irritating, and it felt like it was on fire.
I went back to the doctor, who said the infection had spread and if I didn’t get it treated soon, I might have to amputate my penis. I was in shock. The doctor literally had to remove faeces from the inside of my hole and told me to pee it out. How could I have let this happen?
I followed the doctor’s instructions and took the medication he prescribed. After a few weeks, the pain and irritation subsided and the infection was gone. I was relieved, but I was also filled with a newfound appreciation for my body and my health.