I'm a 27 year old male in great shape. I had unprotected sex with a girl 2 years ago. I noticed i had some symptoms. Clear Discharge, itchy urethra, split stream urine, and low back pain. I went to a urologist and had a std screening. I tested positve for bacterial vaginosis, gardnerella. Yep thats right!! Got put on antibiotics. Some symptoms went away, gained many more over the last 2 years, which i'll get back too. Of all the doctors/urologists ive seen, nobodys done anything for me, except put me on antibiotics that dont work. Probobly a dozen or more times. Hell, 99% of doctors think bv in males isnt possible. Its been under studied in woman. So where does that leave men? Ive been tested many times since that fatefull day, and nobody can find anything wrong with me. As for the many more symptoms, here they are. White stringy particles in my urine everytime i go. A lot of times lately theres been just a crazy amount of thicker white sediment in my urine which sinks to the bottom, cloudy and smelly urine, stings sometime when urinating or ejaculating, dribbling urine. Urinating more often. Sometimes it feels like urine is still left in my penis when im done, its still forking, sensitive urethra, low back pain from time to time, discharge with bowel movements. Now... ive never had one of these symptoms prior to contracting bv. Any suggestions will help me out tremendously. I want and need my body to be fixed! I think i might have urethritis and prostatitis, or possibly worse... thank you so much for reading, i'll be looking foward to a response!!!
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