I am a 21 year old male and about 3 months ago I started dating a girl. About three weeks in, I noticed I had some issues with my penis, went to the doctor, found out I had chlamydia. I was treated that day and told to wait a week. So I waited a week, some of the things went away but I never felt quite 100%. so about after a week after my treatment was complete, I was tested again. I tested negative. A few weeks went by but I still had these issues. So I went again. Tested negative for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and UTI.
But even though all these tests are negative, I still have these problems. I have a tenderness at the tip of the penis with redness around, not in, but around the meatus. I dribble after I pee to the extent that I have to wipe it off. After ejaculation I get pain within the urethra which then lasts for quite some time.
Does anyone know what may be causing this? I am just checking here before I go to a urologist, which I want to avoid because I do not want my parents to find any of this out.
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