I foolishly had unprotected sex about three weeks ago (twice) and recently I've become paranoid about STDs.
For about a week its feel strange during and after I urinate, but it keeps changing. It used to feel like there was something inside my penis, and the position of it kept changing, but now thats gone. Then I felt slight pain near the middle of my penis (on the inside) after urinating. Currently the inside, near the tip of my penis stings slightly. AFTER I urinate. There was a period during all this when there ws no strange feeling at all and I thought everything was ok. Its got the point where I can't tell the difference between the heat of my **** coming out and the "pain on urination" that is a classic symptom of an STD. How much of a burning sensation is it when you have an STD? What does all this sound like?
Your symptoms sound like they are due to anxiety, not an infection. Burning alone is uncommon for STD; generally there would be an abnormal discharge as well. But if in doubt, seek a knowledgeable health care provider, such as your local health department STD clinic. Since you apparently have no discharge you have noticed, it would be best to have not urinated for at least 4 hours when you are seen.
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