I have posted on here several times over the past few years for an ongoing problem(s) I have been having with my penis/ prostate.. have been to several urologists- had every test known to man, been on every antibiotic (even with no infection) and nothing has helped... my latest symptom is sometimes after I urinate I get this intense pressure in my penis followed by a discharge of clear sticky fluid.... which I think may be prostate fluid... also this happens if I move a certain way... I get this intense pulsing sensation in my penis with a slight sticky discharge..what the hell could be causing this ? Should I go to another Dr besides a urologist- who are all stumped and have no answers for me... also after ejaculation the tip (openeing) of my penis gets real inflammed and itchy red.. anyone have any ideas???
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