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chlamydia test negative, so what is it...
Good evening, I was wondering if any one would be able to assist me with some information, just to put my mind at ease so I may sleep tonight!

So I had unprotected sex around 4 weeks ago. Over the last 10 or so days I have had itching on my penis. Mostly at night. It also sometimes have pain while urinating, again mostly at night or in the morning.

It's possible there has been a small amount of milky discharge, although I'm not sure. It seemed like there could have been a few drips of it around my penis when I went to the toilet earlier today. There could also be small colorless bumps under my foreskin but that could just be me being paranoid.

I took a chlamydia test (which is the only test my local clinic does) and the results have come back negative. What do I do from here? Do I just go see a GP? What could it be as it's not chlamydia?

Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
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Hi. well coming down with NSU symptoms 3 weeks after your experience is a bit iffy is your experience would be conntected to it. Usual symptoms of urethra discomfort and a discharge would appear in 5 days or so.
The best thing that i could advise is to have your urethra swabed and cultered. This would let you know if you infact have a urethra infection.
If you just having the itching it might be associated with trich which is a parasite.
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Thank you very much. The symptoms came on around 7 days later but I've had to have the test done etc since then. They symptoms have persisted until now. So how would I go about getting that done? See my GP?
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You could have ghonnorhea.  If you are experiencing drip and slight pain.  You should seek testing for it.  NGU (non gonnocal urethritis) is also a possibility.  I had that several years ago. I would have preferred the ghonnorhea instead....NGU is caused by normal bacteria in the mouth when a partner receives oral sex.  You would get an Rx for that.
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