I suffered from urethritis last year, got treated effectively with azithromycin (please read "Non-chlamydial NGU" in STDs (Expert Forum)).
I started having unprotected sex with a new girl this year. We had had a few encounters without any problems.
Recently I found out she had sex with another man; I, however, have been monogamous. I've had sexual contact with her twice after this.
I am now suffering from urethritis again, but haven't told her yet. I believe she has no symptoms nor does the other man she slept with.
Did I pick up an some kind of infection that the other guy gave her?
Or is there something wrong with me?
What could be the cause of my urethritis?
What do you suggest I should do?
What tests - exams should I take before getting treated with antibiotics (to try to identify the cause - bacteria)?
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