hi! im a 26 year old shemale.. im biologically a man, but i live fully as a woman... confusing as it may seem, but thats not my main purpose here...
3 weeks ago, i had an oral and anal sex with a guy... a week after, i had sex with a different guy... (both anal and both unprotected)... a week before my second contact, this guy texted me and said that he had puss coming out of his penis and he finds it hard to pee.. i believe that the first guy is infected and he tranfered it to me.. i took few tabs of tetratcycline 500mg for about a week.. but recently, my left side aches.. i went to a doctor and after series of test, he found out that i had kidney stones.. ive been taking acalka for about a week, but the pain doesnt go away.. lately, i can feel the my groin is aching... is this std or just kidney stones?
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