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Std or something else? Stuck feeling in penis
An_245500 posted:
I had protected sex about a year ago both protected oral and vaginal with a csw overseas. This is the only time and my only sexual experience. Following I have had some problems. I have been tested for chlamydia, gonorrhea and hiv since which have been negative. Hep b I am vaccinated for. So my main problem right now is that I have some sort of a stuck feeling in the penis after I urinate. It goes away and it comes back after I urinate or masturbate again. The urine seems to be a little foamy and a little yellow, but don't know If that's normal. I have been the doctor twice in the nine months since this incident. They have done dipstick urine test and found the urine to be okay. So please advise what I should do, Should I be concerned? Or is It all psychologicaL?
abe648 responded:
Since you have had testing done and no positive results came back it sounds like you do not have any problems. The problem with your urination and feelling after mastrubation if anything sounds more like a urine infection but you have been tested for that. If you still feel that this is a problem then ask your Doc to send you to a uroligist to see if there is any problem,.
Abe ... Read more in the Herpes Handbook. Watch the Herpes Video and Terri Warren's book The Good News about the Bad News. All located under the heading Herpes at
Vicdon replied to abe648's response:
Hi Abe,

Thanks for the advice. Do you think any chance of this being Hsv 2. I know my risk was very low as I have only had sex one time in my life with protected oral and protected brief (less than 5 mins) vaginal. I have nt really had the textbook symtoms. Could be a pimple here and there on the butt cheek. But now this urination problem. Does it sound more like something else than an std? So far I am negative for chlamydia, gonorrhea, hiv at 9 weeks (should I test again)? I am vaccinated for hep b. hep c I heard is not an std. Did a dipstick urine test and no abnormalities. Only thing remaining is syphillis or herpes to be ruled out. Please guide me, I don't know why I am so paranoid over all this. I know a lot of this has to do with guilt as a doctor has advised but I hope it's not physical.
abe648 replied to Vicdon's response:
It does not sound like herpes. If you think it will put your mind at ease get a type specific igg blood test for HSV 1 & 2. Get a copy of your results and post them in ihis post so someoen can confirm your status.
Abe ... Read more in the Herpes Handbook. Watch the Herpes Video and Terri Warren's book The Good News about the Bad News. All located under the heading Herpes at

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