Hey im an 18 yr old male and I met this girl and we have had sex at least once or twice everyday for the past 3-4 days Ive seen her.
when i got home i urinated and it burned, only when it reached the base of the tip of my penis. Im scared of it being some kind of STD but she said she was tested 6 months ago and was clean, and the only guy she had been with had to keep being tested as well. As he had been paranid about getting an STD.
Its been burning EVERY time I urinate for the past few days.
Could it be from having sex to often. like...from coming a lot. IDK.
It only burns when it reachs the BASE of the TIP of my penis.
I think it maybe an kidney infection. when i had a kidney infection i had to take a urine sample and they asked me wether its burns when i urinated, it didnt accually burn but because they ask me this i think it maybe be a kindey infection, i recomend you go to see a doc, even tho it is very embarrasing. Good luck
I have had several UTIs,(urinal tract infections), whenever I get them I hit the Cranberry Pills from a health store and drink lots of water, takes about two weeks but it goes.
When I get them I get a sore penis tip and an ache behind my scrotum also an ache from my groin to just above the knee, there are a lot of infections that can be passed on from having sex that are not considered to be STDs, sometimes the person who passed it on doesnt even know they have a problem.
I think everyone gets worried when they have unprotected sex and unless this clears up I would pay the doctor a visit, I am very pleased to be 64 and married I dont think I could handle all the worry of having sex.
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