i got advised from like 4 different people, i will explain the situation once again . i received oral sex from a prostitute and there was a customer right before me i had to wait until he finished. i think she had some of his semen on her fingers and shes the one who opened the condom and put it on my penis. i put the condom on before i got a erection and it took like 1 minute to get it up there. i'm having symptoms my urine flow is like very weak and feels as if something is in my urethra what could this be?i know you guys said i had no risk but there are growths now and i'm having symptoms please help me here i'm getting out of control. like when i urine my friends they pass it very hard mines really slow and you could tell by the sound. before i had this exposure and after i could feel the difference.too much masturbation could cause this? or maybe stressing about this while i'm urinating? please help
If this was a protected encounter, then, there is nothing to concern yourself about. Like you mention in your messages, the only way to get this examined is by a physician or urologist, either one is good.
You have anxiety from this issue, see a therapist. If you continue to post you will be breaking the rules of the forum. Yes we are here to help but there is only so much help we can give and we can't go around in circles telling you the same thing over and over again.
I ask that you please stop posting about this issue because you are not going to get a different answer.
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