I have been having problems with my meatus (pee hole). When i went to shower the other day from working out as soon as i got in the shower and the water hit my meatus it started stinging. The stinging lasted for about 15 secs and went away. I am thinking that i have some sort of irritation almost like a jock itch on my pee hole from working out. I usually wear boxer briefs and i am in florida so i do sweat alot. I have recived unprotected oral sex from 2 girls about a month ago (both were friends) i went to the doctor and she said not to worry about stds and that its in your head. There is no burning while peeing, no discharges and no sores or anything. I wanted to see what anyone thought because i think its just a fungal irritation and it will go away hopefully in a little while. Any information would help. thank youu
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