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More than a month ago, I received receptive oral sex and - after three days of painful urination and backache, was diagnosed with prostatitis. Tests for chlamydia and gonorhrea were negative. Prostatis has been treated - I believe successfully - with CIPRO.
1.) At this point, is there any way to tell if the oral sex caused the infection or was it just an unfortunate coincidence?
2.) With no other symptoms, am I safe to resume normal sex life?
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