Following an unprotected fellatio I experienced frequente urination a day after it and it lasting till today afte 22 weeks. But some days it is better than others and have from time to time a sudden urge to urinate.
I did a urine culture and analysis with the morning urine. the abnormal results are:
Any test result should be correlated clinically. The presence of mucous in urine can be due to urinary tract infection. Kidney stones and stones of the urinary tract can also cause the presence of mucous in urine. It can also be seen in certain sexually transmitted disease if they additionally affect the urinary tract. Urine normally is sterile and presence of WBCs in a urine sample indicates inflammation or infection within the urinary tract or kidney. It is best to discuss your concerns with your treating doctor. If there is any infection you will need a course of antibiotics. Do keep me posted.
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