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Multiple Genital symptoms.
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Multiple Genital symptoms.

5th week now, have had myriad symptoms starting from initial genital pain(tip of penis) - burning/stin ging pain and a mild redness at the tip, consulted 2 docs(derms) and was prescribed cipro and a anti fungal cream (for treatment fungal/balanitis).

It subsided but again for the last 3 weeks have had sporadic-almost daily nagging mild irritation at the tip and last 2 weeks of sporadic muscle/body ache, occassional cramps, lower back pain.

Checked with another doc for possible prostate infection, has recommended couple of tests incl a blood test for PSA.

Also have this nagging discomfort of dribbling/moist feeling at the tip of genitals- on and off for 2 weeks.

Am mighty confused, what seemed like male yeast now seems more like urethritis/prostate infection.

q: do the symptoms seem more and more like prostate inf.? can it be non bacterial? any chance of non specific urethritis( am ruling out sti..not sexually active).? How is it determined?

Anything that needs to be checked for sure? Iam not sure if the docs are getting it..fully.
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Had a dipstick done too which showed no bacteria..so less chance of an UTi?
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