I had treatment for Chlamydia last week because my urine burnt after sex, and the doctor took tests for everything else, I laid off sex for the last 5 Days and not a problem with my urine, I masturbated today and when I went for a pee afterwards it stung like hell, I figured it had cleared up because before the medication it periodically burnt all the time not just during sex but I was very active with my girlfriend. The doctor didnt diagnose chlamydia he just said it could be that and the medication wouldnt do any harm.....
I have a follow up visit with the doctor next week when I recieve the results and My girlfriend took the same medication as me. I am thinking I may not have chlamydia, we haven't had sex since I saw the doctor. Will have to see when my results come back
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