About two weeks ago I began having slight pain urinating for about a week, no discharge or any other symptoms. A couple days after the pain began I went to a doctor and got tested for gonorhea, chlamydia and got a urine analysis (UTI) which all came back negative. Pain has now been gone for almost a week (and no other symptoms) and my doc said it is nothing to worry about and not an STD- perhaps a result of vigorous sexual encounter or "normal bacteria" getting in my penis. Would you agree with that assessment? Should I get any other tests or is it nothing? I have gotten HIV tests about once a year, last one was in Sept and negative. I am not particularly worried about HIV but should I test again for HIV now or not necessary? Anything else I should get tested for? I started having vaginal sex 5 or 6 weeks ago (often unprotected) with a girl I have been seeing, (but have obviously stopped during past two weeks), is it safe to resume having sex with her? More background- I have had vaginal sex with one other girl during last six months often unprotected- both of these girls I know pretty well and don't think they sleep around and know they aren't injection drug users (but I know I should really start using condoms every time anyway). Thanks for your help.
It sounds like you have a knowledgeable doctor; I suggest you just follow his advice and assessment. Your negative test results pretty much rule out any STD that would cause the symptom. If you want to be extra certain, the best approach is to suggest your partner get tested for common STDs and vaginal infections, rather than getting additional tests yourself. Of course if you develop other symptoms (discharge, sores, etc), or if your partner has any symptoms, return to your doctor. In the meantime, I see no reason you cannot resume or continue sex with your partner.
Nothing you say suggests a need to test for HIV any sooner than usual. Once a year probably is about the right frequency for HIV testing.
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