Burning after urination - 27 Male

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So, for about two months ive had a slight burning sensation after urinating around the tip of my penis(just under the head). I was treated for Chlimydia around the same time (two months ago) and took a follow up test about a week later that came back negative. I was just seen by a urologist today and my urine sample did not show any present infection. They are running another STI test to make sure the original infection is gone and spoke about the possibility of a scope procedure( I cannot spell it, cysto-?) I have no issue with passing urine nor do I feel like I'm not "empty", no blood or any other pain of any type. We also discussed the possibly of dietary causes(I drink a fair bit of caffeine, not much water and eat spicy things often). My GP also mentioned this after my urine sample came back visibly cloudy but infection free. This is a totally new world to me, does anyone have any advice or thoughts here? I really do not want to have the procedure and I do feel like its a bit much considering the symptoms but with no prior knowledge of any of this who am I to say.

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    I also forgot to mention that the burning sensation does not occur after every trip to the bathroom.

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    do you have any white color reaction at the tip of your genitalia? I would also check it with a good Dermatologist

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      I cant say that I've noticed any discoloration of any type. I guess Im just a little offput by the fact they jumped right to an invasive concept to me without even mentioning that possibility of even anything else until asked.

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    bump! does anyone else have anything to add? Im still waiting to hear back from the specialist.

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