Instant burning in urethra opening after bj

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I received a rough bj a month ago and 1 hour later i started feeling a burning/tingly swnsation in the opening of my urethra. 14 days later i went to the dr ans he did urine samples and extensive blood work. Everything came back normal. As a precaution i got Azithromicin and cipro. ive completed all my meds but i still get occassional penis pain and itching in my urethra.... Anyone ever experiences this?

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    ive had this before with the excact same outcome unfortunately no findings

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      bacteria go up through urethra

      The most common cause of the described complaints is inflammation of the prostate gland, called prostatitis. Symptoms that might occur with prostatitis include frequency of urination, slowing of the urinary stream, burning with voiding or ejaculation, burning in the penile tip, aching in the penis, testicles, and discomfort in the lower abdomen, low back or perineum. Prostatic discomfort is often referred into the testicles.

      Too frequent or too infrequent ejaculation, sexual arousal without ejaculation, aggressive bike or horseback riding, and excessive spicy foods, alcohol, and caffeine in the diet may predispose to the discomfort. Sitting for long periods of time, as by computer professionals, or driving can aggravate the condition. It is best not to sit for more than 2-3 hours at a time, and take a short walk and empty the bladder intermittently. Eliminating all the factors that apply to you may help keep symptoms at bay, and are as important as medication. A daily warm bath for 10-15 minutes twice daily also lessens the discomfort.

      Prostatitis may have a bacterial aetiology, or may be abacterial. A 4 to 6 weeks course of an antibiotic (fluoroquinolones, trimethoprim or tetracycline) would benefit bacterial prostatitis. Abacterial prostatitis has several varieties. In one, the prostatic fluid demonstrates pus cells but no bacteria. In the other, called prostadynia, there are neither pus cells nor bacteria in the fluid, just the symptoms.

      Abacterial prostatitis usually responds to the general measures mentioned above. Medications that sometimes help include alpha-blockers and anticholinergics. Some ayurvedic and other herbal preparations available over the counter may help too. As mentioned earlier, changes in lifestyle are equally important to take care of symptoms. Your urologist would be able to guide you further, and investigate you to exclude other conditions that mimic this condition.

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    That's an unusually strong combination of antibiotics you took without a diagnosis , too hard on your body like it's used for life saving sepsis patients ,Cipro can damage your tendons too. Maybe you have just a simple balanitis that requires extra hygiene and moisturizer daily.

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