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Your sexual experience presented a very little risk for the acquisition of HSV-2. Herpes does not cause an increased frequency of urination. It does not cause a skin change like redness for two months in a row. It does not cause dribbling after urination. It does not cause a rash on both sides of the thigh. Most of the time, when people report tingling or pain into their feet or back, herpes is not identified as a cause. I don’t know about the blister on the scrotum, but the scrotum is an unusual location for lesions of herpes. If you get another lesion like that, I would strongly suggest you have a swab tested immediately. All in all, to me, it doesn’t seem like herpes is likely in your situation, but I have no idea about your previous sexual history and risk for acquiring herpes before this encounter.