Need some help figuring out what this is.

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ID: Male, 20 Years old, STD tests -CLEAR UTI- tests clear Blood tests - CLEAR

So guys 24th December I went to pee and after doing so I got a burning sensation in my penis. It went on for a week and then passed (doctor thought it was a UTI but it wasn't ) Then it happened again and leaves and then it comes again and leaves it always lasts a week or 2 clears up then comes back again. Went to a Urologist and he didn't know what to stay. Best way I could describe it is burning in my penis after i pee which stays and peeing quite a bit in a day. No nocturia present.

I'm stumped could anyone please give me their own experiences if theyve had this or an opinion about this?

I cant understand how it comes and goes it makes no sense to me.

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    Are you sure that it's not a recurring UTI, which happened to be cleared up at the time you had the test, or perhaps an uncommon infection which did not show up in the standard tests? Do you have a weak stream, which might indicate a weak bladder muscle or an obstruction?

    I had a problem with urine retention (incomplete emptying) which led to the stale urine left in my bladder becoming infected. I have been given catheters for intermittent use, since when I have had no further problem. My detrusor muscle had lost its strength, but on the other hand I am in my 70s so perhaps it is unlikely that the same would occur to you at age 20.

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    Take more tests for a UTI. Standard tests are useless. They tell u to drink lots of water which is good but when you go for a test dont drink a lot because you want yr urine to be concentrated. An infection will show up more easily then.

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