This may sound rediculous (I am sure you love when people start with that) but I went to a massage Parlour and got the typical "Happy Ending" . The masseuse used a generous amounts of massage oil on my penis.
I did feel her play with the opening of my penis, but nothing hurt at the time.
After we were done and cleaned up, I return home and went to the bathroom to pee (literally 10 minutes after). Well it hurt like a ****. I forced myself to pee several times after that and each time it hurt.
Could I have had a reaction to the oil? I have had massages before, but never this reaction.
While urinating, I also noticed a "white spot/ raised bump/ irritation" (best I can describe it) on my shaft, but it has since gone away.
I must stress there was no other sexual contact aside from the use of her hand.
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