Ok so 4 months ago I made a mistake. Me and my girlfriend decided to take a break so I fooled around with one girl. We had protected vaginal sex twice and we made out. Then my girlfriend and I got back together about a month later. About a month ago I woke up and felt like I had to pee so naturally I did, after that it felt like I still had to pee. I went to the doc and got tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea both came back negative. Symptoms still persisted so I went to a urologist he said I had urethritis. To this day I still don't feel 100% my lymph nodes on my neck are soar occasionally and sometimes it feels awkward when I pee. My girlfriend has no symptoms and says this is all in my head. Idk what's going on with me. Can anyone help me? I've heard that anxiety can do this, could it just be from me regretting cheating in my girlfriend? I've only been with 2 girls and I'm 18 y/o please help.
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