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Could this be prostatitis or uretheritis syndrome ?

I have tested again for NSU via a swab and urine test and both vane back negative, having been treated with antibiotic L's before Christmas for NSU.
However, I still continue to experience uretheritis like symptoms although milder than initially ; stingy sensation at the tip and excessive urination and slight redness of the meatus. I do suffer with I.C anyhow which compounds the dysuria but wonder if this is jusy a prolonged effect from an episode of  NSU ordoes this soujd like prostatitis?  I'm due to see urologist soon who will perform prostate test and urodynamic study into my I.C . But if anyone had some useful , salient advice or comment i would be grateful.
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