I have been having some STD like symptoms. I have pain in the tip of my penis when I urinate, as well as a little discomfort afterwards. For a couple days I had cloudy pee that smelled bad but that has sense faded. All of this occurred after a one night sexual encounter in which there was no insertion. I fingered a girl and I believe she also masturbated herself briefly before using her hand to masturbate me. Afterwards I washed both my hands and penis with soap. It has been about a week and I was hoping the symptoms would all fade on their own but they haven't, I'm wondering what it could be. I've done a little research and found that the symptoms are somewhat similar to Chlamydia but I have also read that I could not have gotten this from what I described.
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