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Maybe a uti?

I have a burning sensation at the tip of my penis/urethra but it’s not during urinating or ejaculation. I have no discharge.  I have been peeing more. I’m a 28 year old male. I’m getting a urine test done tomorrow.

Is this a UTI? Or something like that? I have had std testing in September and I am clear of everything but hsv2.  I only had sex with my kids mother and she got tested earlier in the year and she only has hsv2 as well.
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Hello and Welcome to MedHelp's forums.  Typically if it is a UTI, you would have a frequent urge to urinate and pain upon doing so.  But we are all individuals and things can happen differently for different people. We are glad you are seeing your doctor which is the right step to take. The urinalysis will be telling.  Here is information including symptoms and treatment options of urinary tract infections. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/urinary-tract-infection/symptoms-causes/syc-20353447.  

Other possibilities for pain in the tip of your penis could include balanitis or prostatitis. https://www.webmd.com/men/penis-disorder-balanitis#1.  

Let us know what your doctor says after your appointment.
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