A week ago i started noticing a kind of burning feeling whilst urinating. After some quick googling it turns out i probably have a Urethra Inflammation and this can be caused by Chlamydia. 20 Days ago i had protected sex with a girl and before that it has been around 1 year and a half ago (which was unprotected).
Is it possible that she gave me Chlamydia even tough i was using a condom or am I just getting paranoid and is this inflammation just coincidence?
When it comes to issues as this, its always good to have a doctor check, one just never knows. A yearly checkup is also a good have to make sure your body is on track with your mind.
Call the doc as couldnt hurt.
There is no way of getting chlamydia in your penis if you used a condom. If you are having a yellowish discharge 5 days after sex it is a symptom but this can only happen if your condom broke or you stuck it in for a while and your not telling us. Other than that it would be best to go see a doctor and have them diagnose what you or dont have. When it comes to your penis its best not to play games as can spread.
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