DRs. I am a male who gave another male oral sex without ejaculation. This was my only sexual encounter. About 3 weeks latter I got a sore in my month. At a month from the exposure I was tested for HIV, Syphillis (by blood) and gonnorhea and chlamydia (by urine) all were negative. At least a year after I started having uti symptoms occurring for a while and cleared up with cipro, then come back a few months later. Sometimes the tip of my penis would be red and there would be a slight burning sensation. Would this be a cause of my sexual encounter?
Sorry Grace, I meant to edit the drs. part from my comment. Several docs have told me that the sore was from severe allergies. It has not been an issues for over a year, but I keep getting uti symptoms like lower back and pelvic pain, very slight burning during urination, and some redness on the tip of my penis. What I was wondering is if Chlamydia and gonnorhea could cause these symptoms from just performing oral and if my tests for them after one month would be accurate.
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