Swollen Tip of penis 4 months after exposure

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The past two days I have been noticing that the tip of my penis is slightly swollen. It is the urethral opening, and it kind of looks like lips. No burning, pain, or anything when peeing. 

Had unprotected vaginal sex one time four months ago. Is this a symptom of chlamydia

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    Please help 

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  • Posted

    You should get std test done.
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    Hey man, I have the same symptom for six months now and I seen general dictors and urologists and dermatologist and they all said you should be fine. Our body’s take change threw out lives and they gave me the I don’t know what kind of infection look and all sent me home.

    I got a HSV, HIV, HEP and syphalis  tests and came back all negative.  Still awaiting semen results.

    The  chlamydia Symptoms are white or yellowish green looking discharge,  Do you have any noticeable signs?

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    I too would suggest getting std test done. It’s been 4 months since your exposure so enough time that if you have an std in your system it will show up. I would do this just so you’re aware where you stand with stds. Because with just the symptoms you’re describing at the moment it sounds like yeast infection. But I don’t want to assume anything so let’s go with testing. Since going on with just symptoms alone  isn’t really the most accurate. Some people can asymptotic and not show any symptoms of an std. 
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