so i have been with my gf for 9 months nows and i know she is clean, i get tested regulary at least once a year never had any problem. in the last 4 years i only had unprotected sex with once and that is with my current gf the times b4 that i made them get tested. The first time we had unprotected sex was 3 months ago. About week and about 12 weeks later i start having pain in my penis especially when i ejaculate and urine, i have been waking up every night so i can take a **** but no fever or aches or nothing. So what would u think is my problem?
but i did have problem with my kidneys according to my dr i have small amounts fat cell dropping in my kidneys and got a whole bunch urine tests and blood tests. Lucky it was nothing serious but still effected me also last i had some contipation through out teh week and a lil this Do u think thses would be one of the cause my problems im having?
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