A few months back I recieved oral sex from a sex worker for only a minute or two...
Ever since (and this might be an overactive imagination) I have had a pain in my back that resembles
a kidney stone (i have had about 6 of them). It seems to stop (clear up) and then reoccur...it also seems to reoccur after having sex with my wife (could also be imagination). The first couple of days after the sex worker contact my back started hurting and I did have very minimal discharge only at night...then nothing...no more discharge at all for these few months...no pain urinating or anything like that. Could this be an STD symptom?
Thanks so much
Thanks...not sure...it is a bit lower...but it feels in the same general area as my kidney stones and the same side...the right side. What STD's do you feel in the back?
Do you know if kidney stones can cause any discharge?
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