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jan 24 2014 i had unprotected vaginal sex with street sex worker . 17 days after exposure i had pain before and after urination i went to doctor he gave antibiotics for 8 days burning sensation stopped and again it started after the course completed . then my doctor did some test and i was told that i have ecoli infection he gave antibiotics for 15 days for ecoli and fungal infection. after 15 days medication. i started having pain while urinating . due think that i have herpes in urethra and their is redness in urethra i dont have any breakouts on genital area .sorry for my english
Hi, getting urethra herpes is not common and would be extremely painful. One person described it as one the worst pain he ever experienced. Also getting it there would not be from a new infection as would be at point of contact like the shaft area. It could occur there from a recurrent outbreak but again its rare.
Inside of your urethra is red as is full of blood and like i said, urethra herpes would not be from a first time infection. Understanding how herpes works helps. It need to have skin contact to be contracted and the inside of your urethra cannot make direct skin contact with the outside layers of the persons vagina it would only be a recurrent outbreak and its not common for that either.
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