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What could it be?

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I've some undiagonosed issues which started from penis and pelvic area and then symptoms got extended to stomach and throat.

I got urine culture and STI urine tests but all came negative. I also got a penis ultrasound done and there were no structural issues found.

On one occasion, when I was masturbating, I heard a sound like a crack/vein stretch and I noticed little blood on tip of my pennis and bleeding stopped after I left it.

Here are my symptoms for last 7 weeks now:

My pennis seems to be little sore. Sometimes I feel burning in area around the pennis, including testicles + groin area + inner thies
and an uncomfortable feeling when it touches the underwear,

More frequent urge to urinate,

I’m facing infrequent burning after I ejaculate (but not always),

I noticed a strong smell in urine for few days which has now gone away as I drink and pee a lot more,

Noticed more yellow urine than before but the water intake has not changed,

Noticed watery discharge at times,

This got extended after a few days, to:

Ichy Eyes,

Sore throat,

I also coughed minor blood in phlegm for a few days,

Chills,

Noticing stomach burning & uncomfort too.

Questions:

1. What could this be? Plesse share your thoughts or suggestions.

2. Cam smegma cause this (I'm uncircumcised)?

3. Is there a UTI or STI that can also cause pnemonia?


Thank you!
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Hmmm... well, there’s a lot going on there, not sure if they’re all related or not. I would say some  of the genital area issues sound like Prostatitis to me. I’ve had it before, and symptoms can be itching/burning when urinating, some burning or discomfort after ejaculation, and general discomfort in the testicles & perineum, which can make it very uncomfortable to sit. Even the entire groin area can become uncomfortable. Sometimes Prostatitis can affect your overall feeling as well, like having a fever & feeling flu-ish or run-down & possibly even some stomach issues.

It could be that you just happen to have more than one thing going on - in addition to Prostatitis (if that’s indeed what it is), you could have a low-grade virus, maybe brought on by a weakened immune system from the other issue.

Obviously, the  #1 bit of advice most ppl would give is to see your reg Dr. He or she would want to check your prostate, prbly run some blood & urine tests, etc. Even tho you already had a urinalysis, they may not have been looking for certain specific organisms that could cause these symptoms, so it’s worth getting tested again. I’m sure blood tests & other exam findings could indicate whether you have a separate issue related to cough, etc. Coughing up blood is a little concerning - definitely see your Dr.

Please check back in later & let us know what’s found - we can all learn from your experience....
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Hi, some recent updates -

I just got some blood tests done and results were fine. I also got Prostate examined and that is also looking okay.

Now, there are a couple of things to find out and I will appreciate any thoughts:

1. Why it feels little uncomfortable when I masturbate or after ejaculation. The tip and foreskin has some white dry skin. I am attaching a link if someone can relate it to something. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tX5G-0ckKGig5xC8tEaEcm-Ik2w3bhht/view?usp=sharing

2. The semen has a greenish tint but it's not completely green. Here is a link.  https://drive.google.com/file/d/10rtXWWNAN6wwyyI_lEiTYvYogZd0Nq2l/view?usp=sharing

I will appreciate any thoughts on this that can help diagnose the cause.

Thank you!
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