Hi, I'm 17 years old, and I've recently gotten negative results for STDs. For almost a year I've been noticing a pain near the head of my penis in the urethra during an erection. After it goes down, there's irritation that follows. I've only had sex with one person year (that was about 4 months ago), and she has no STDs. But I've had oral sex with 2 other girls, but they have also taken an STD test and came up negative.
This has happened before I had any sexual relations with any girl this year.
During the summer, it wasn't too bad, the pain would come and go, but for about a month or two ago, it's been more frequent. And sometimes it burns or itches.
When I got looked at by a practicioner, she said everything looks normal.
And I don't have health insurance, so seeing a urologist would be mighty expensive.
I don't know what it could be, could it be my diet? Could it be soap, or laundry detergent, or a yeast infection or a mental thing? Could someone possibly tell me of what it could be???
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