I just had unprotected oral sex for about 10 minutes on Sunday. Today I woke up and used tr restroom and noticed that I get a burning sensation after I pee for about 1 minute tops. Then it goes away. Would the oral have caused me to get anything? I also had protected sex with the guy (I inserted in him) and the condom did not break.
Well I have to squeeze from the urethra and then I get some white stuff that oozes out a little and that's it. When I look down and squeeze its only clear. Am I going crazy? What do you all think? I am going to go to the clinic in the morning to sort this all out.
The guy just showed me his std results and they were negative for everything including chlamydia and gono and HIV. So what could this be?
When do you get the white discharge? Is it first thing in the morning then clear throughout the day? This could be NGU or possibly chlamydia. He may well have been STD free but did his last test include an oral swab?
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