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3 months ago, two days after a session of multiple masturbations (around 8 in less than 2 days) I woke up with two strange symptoms, the first one that I noticed was a strange sensation as if water was crawling up my urethra without actually exiting, then the following day I began experiencing a post void terminal dribble, that continued for a long period of time, and since it was very unusual, it made me so anxious that I began to freak out.
I visited many ERs took three different courses of antibiotics, had a cystoscopy, many urine cultures, tested for STIs, and everything came back normal.
My doctor suggested an ultrasound of me prostate, and he noticed it is congested, its been three months and remains congested, though the symptoms are not as strong as they were before.
How can I resolve this congestion that is becoming chronic?
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