I am 19 years old and have a couple symptoms that have gotten me worried. Before I start, I have already made an appointment to get tested and am just asking on here to get a better idea while waiting for the appointment. Anyways, for the past couple months I have been experiencing on and off burning while urination. Initially, I assumed it was because of dehydration because when I would drink sufficient H2O I would not experience the burning while urinating. I have had sex unprotected, and would like to make sure it is not chlamydia or gon. because I am going into a relationship and do not want to spread anything. I was looking up symptoms of the two, and I have never noticed any discharge. I tried "milking" out discharge today, and to my surprise I could squeeze out barely only but a little fluid that was clear/milky. This fluid did not smell. That has really freaked me out, so I made an appointment.
Any ideas of what is going on? Is there good reason to be scared?
Hi, testing will only confirm but with urethra discomfort and a slight discharge you may have picked up a minor UTI. If it was Gono or Clamydia you would have contant burning or itching in your urethra and a constant white discharge.
Let us know the results
I went to the doctor today. She immediately said she thinks I have an STD after I told her I was having UTI like symptoms, because men my age do not get UTI's.
Update on symptoms:
Slight white discharge when "milking" penis in the morning
The burning while urination has basically stopped completely..
Having slight cold symptoms
Feel like there is pressure in my lower abdomen
I am really panicking and freaking out..having some major anxiety attacks.
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