i had unprotected sex dec 17,2011 now the sex was brief.. 5 pumps and it was out... i was also drunk that nite... next day my left nut hurted... and my pea burned..this was on a saturday... so 3 days ,passed ,, i went to emergency room... and they quicly thought i had an std.. so they gave me a shot... and antibiotics..took a swab test... and they sent me home... i called in a week they said i was negative on std test.. now jan 2,2012 i go to a different er... because i had abdomen pain,lower left abdomen pain... they put me on two ivs... took a urine ,blood sample,,, said all is fine... took a catscan said my bladder was a bit swollen.now i still have slight pain in left testiclle,and lower l.abdomen... im freaking out a..i keep thinking god forbid i have hiv... but my anxiety is killn me.. oh when my pee burned ..the discharge was a little pee.. no yellow,green or whitish.. ialso took ciprox antibiotic before i went to emency room the first time.. what do you think?
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