I have already posted a question about Herpes without realizing that you have already answered it multiple times. I have another question which I think have never been asked before. I received a handjob from a massage parol a month ago ( just handjob, no condom, no oral sex ). She used some kind of massage oil to masturbate me. I know I am not at rick of any STDs, as you have already said many times, but after a few days my gland started feeling itchy, the tip of the penis close to the urethra is kind of reddish and I feel like I need to pee more often than usual primarily because I feel like I have some water trapped in the urethra close to the tip of the penis. No discharge whatsoever. Got tested for clamidia and gonorrhea after a week and they came back negative. Do you think that the massage oil was massaged into the urethra causing these symptoms ? I read that a foreign object in the urethra could cause urethritis. Do you think I should take OTC pills for curing yeast infection/thrush.
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