Excuse the long post but here goes:-
Three weeks ago i had unprotected sex with an old aquaintence, I was very drunk,which is my only (pathetic) excuse.
I have been married for 25 years and this is the first time I have ever been unfaithful, I am now at my wit's end with worry.
The day after the encounter I woke with a rash on my penis and a small blister near the opening to the Urethra. The doctor prescribed a 7 day course of Doxycycline and the rash and blister seemed to heal/go away.
The probem was I was getting a tinging /burning sensation at the tip or just inside of my penis.
After day 12 I sent a Urine sample to an online clinic which came back 'Negative' for Gonorrea and Chlamydia.
Thinking this may not be accurate as it was before the 2 week 'window' I sent a further Urine sample at day 16 to test for Gonorrea,Chlamydia,Mycoplasma,Ureaplasma and Trich.
While waiting for the results I mentioned my stinging penis tip to the online doctor who recommended a 5 day course of azithromycin and metronidazole.
I proceeded to take the complete course of Antibiotics and meanwhile my results came back 'Negative' for Gonorrea, Chlamydia, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma and Trich.
After all the medication and tests my problem is my penis tip is still stinging and I'm terrified to resume sex with my wife and risk passing anything on to her while I can feel this.
The online doctor emailed to say it was safe to resume sex with her following these results but why am I still getting these symptoms? The thought of passing anything on to her is too much to bear.
I have the same problem. I realize that once you took the antibiotic, the result become false negative. I had mine last December 2012. I took the antibiotic, retested. Negative, I resumed sex with my wife, she got it. I am so afraid of having sex again.
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