I am having a few issues at the moment. He went to the doctor last week because I felt a burning sensation when he uninated. The doctor treated me with antibiotics and tested me for STD's and a UTI. I know that since I have not had sex in the last few months a STD is highly unlikely and the doctor said that men rarely get UTI's. I have no discharge or discoloring or sores. I just have to uninate a lot and it burns. In the last week I am also experiencing another problem in that area. My penis seems to be trying to crawl into my stomach. I have to keep ajusting it, because it it acutally uncomfortable. The doctor said he has never heard of anyone having a problem like that. Is there anyone out there who has experienced the same thing? If so, any advice would be appreciated. I made an appointment with a urioligist but it isn't until next month.
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