Sorry for the long discription. I am 31 yrs old male. Almost three years before (Nov 2004) I had protected (used two condoms on my pennis) vaginal sex with a high risk person. She also kissed my lips and I licked her breast. After the incidence, i was fine until Jan 2007. In Jan I got pain around my anal area, and when I consulted my Doc, he said it was fissue. He gave me an ointment, but it didn't go away. After 3 months, in April 2007 I went to the Doc again and he did a colonoscopy, which was normal. He told he couldn't even find a fissure. Two days after the colonoscopy, I started getting a nagging pain in my scortral area (both sides) and in the groin area. I went ot a urologist who performed a urine analysis, general blood tests and scortral Doppler. Urine analysis and blood tests were normal, and scortral Doppler revealed a bilateral varicocele and a right epydidimal cyst. He told cyst was not an issue, and the pain is due to varicocele. He suggested surgery. I consulted another urologist and he did a rectal exam, urine culture, semen culture, abdominal ultrasound scan and urine flowmetry. Everything came out normal and he said I have non bacterial Prostatitis. He put me on Lyrica 75mg for 6 weeks.
Even now, I feel the pain in the groin and anal area. Some times I feel discomfort at the tip of my pennis and somes times a slight clear discharge. When I did some reading on Prostatitis, I found that it can be caused by some STD's. My questions are,
1) Can these symptoms be because if any STD?
2) I was not sexually active after this encounter 3 years before. Can I still get symptoms of STD now (after almost 3 years)?
3) What are the risks of me getting any STD from the above mentioned encounter?
4) I did an HIV spot test and syphilis tests last week (3 years after the encounter) and came out negative.
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