Consistent itching at tip of penis. All tests negative.
Sorry for the long question below but I am trying to be as detailed as possible. See below
1. Around september the tip of my penis felt starnge as if something was there. I went to see a Urologist and he thought everything was okay. I took STD tests and PSA tests and nothing was found. He also did a scope and saw nothing. He put me on anti biotics and said I should be fine.
2. A couple weeks later, the feeling turned into a burning/stining feeling at the tip for about a day and a half.
3. After the day and a half, it turned into an itchy feeling. This itch has been present for about 3 months. I have seen different doctors and urologists in this time and none have been able to figure it out.
4. In December, I got a very small bump on the shaft. It was analyzed to be a wart by a dermatologist. I ended up having about 4 more small ones on my hands.
5. None od my doctors have though the wart was related and said it was a coincidence. No warts have been confirmed in my urethera.
6. I have been scanned and nothing appears to be wrong other than a small calicifcation in my appendix. He ordered MRIs and did not find anything of note.
7. I have taken these medications and lotions since this started: clotrimazole cream, doxcycline, ciprofloaxcin, fluconazole, trimethoprim, urelle, phenazopydrine, stromectol, nystatin and triancinokone acetonide cream and gabapentin.
Plese advise me on what you think this is and what I can try to stop it. I am afraid I appear to be out of options and the problem is still present.
As a side note, I am generally very happy in my life and not really stressed out at all. I do not think this is in my head.
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