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Recently, my boyfriend has been having itching inside the pee hole, usually after sex. Some times he experiences trouble or burning trying to pee after sex also. Although, yesterday we had sex, and everything was fine afterwards (he peed normally and had no signs of itching) but was experiencing some itching this morning. He describes it as uncomfortable and annoying. He says it "comes and goes". What can this be? I was tested positive for HPV 3 years ago, and was on treatment for cervical cancer until early this year when my pap finally came out normal and my doctor told me my cervical cells hadn't changed.
I was reading a forum here where a doctor answered that oral sex can transfer bacteria from the mouth causing itching. Is this true?
Does HPV have anything to do with this? Do you think he has a different condition, maybe an STD? Please answer ASAP. Thank You!
There can be many possibilities for such symptoms. It can be due to contact dermatitis to the clothes, perfumes or soap that you use or latex of the condoms or lubricants(if you are using any). Second possibility is of a urinary tract infection. Third possibility is of a sexually transmitted disease. Your boyfriend needs a complete physical examination and investigations like complete urine examination,urine culture,swab specimen from the genitalia and ultrasound lower abdomen to find out the cause. Please consult a urologist for that.
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