I have 2 major concerns, how’re ever in this question I’m seeking an answer to my first major concern. I received oral sex in November 2020. It was rough, I never felt pain during and it was short. I was paranoid the next day and weeks but didn’t have any symptoms. 3 weeks later I started to feel some sensitivity in my urinate meatus and it would feel irritated really being against my boxer briefs. 4 weeks after sexual encounter I had a STD checkup done. HIV, Herpes 1/2, Syphillis, Gonnorhea, all 3 heps, trich, and Chlamydia. Everything came back negative. I’m aware of window periods so I got tested for Gon/Chladmydia, Syphillis , and HIV at 7 weeks. Then Syphillis at 12 weeks, Gon/Cham, trich, and pretty much everything besides mycoplasma gen and N. men at 16 weeks. Everything negative. Urinalysis shows nothing wrong. At 7 weeks I went to my GP for the pain in my meatus and tip of penis which was constant and almost unbearable at the time, I also had what appeared to be a shingles outbreak of 2 itchy painful bumps/clusters. He prescribed me batrim and valtrex. He couldn’t tell me why my meatus looked like it did. After 2 weeks the shingles were gone and irritation of meatus was better but still irritated. Then came the dysuria(always after urination),and pain in the tip of my penis especially when I engage my pelvic floor muscles, and sphincter. At 12 weeks I went to my urologist. He performed a DRE and held his finger on my prostate for what felt like a lifetime. I’ve never felt pain like that and it was all in the tip of my penis! He said he didn’t see anything wrong with my meatus and prescribed me levofloxacin for 8 weeks. After 8 weeks I did not notice that big of a difference so I took it for 12 weeks. Now I feel better than I have but my meatus is still raw on the left side, pain in my tip comes and goes, and the dysuria seems to be gone but I still burn in tip sometimes. I’m posting links of my pics of my meatus. My skin is rigid on the left side and hasn’t grown back. This has been going on for 5 months now.