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I started going to toilet to pee a lot. No pain, no discharge. Two days later, I went to a urologist, who pointed out that it could be a urethritis. I was feeling a pression 3 inches bellow my belly bottom, some urethritis disconfort. No strong pain, no discharge.
The physician requested a simple urine test, urine culture (First Void Urine and second urine), a gram analysis, PCR for gonnorrhea and chlamydia, mycoplasma/ureaplasma culture, herpes serology, a trichomonas/fungi microscopy analysis and a blood analysis. He prescribed azythromycin 1g and doxyciclin 100 mg (7 days - twice a day).
The results were as follow:
Culture of urine (FVU and second): no bacteria grow
Gram: no bacteria and no polymorphonuclear leukocytes detect
PCR for C and G: negative
Mycoplasma/ureaplasma culture: negative
Blood analysis: normal (all category leukocytes)
Herpes IGG/IGM: reactive/no reactive (I had some herpes 1 on teenager age)
After the initial treatment, the disconfort inside the urethra is lower, but it's still going on... the pression bellow the belly bottom continues, I feel some pain on abdomen . There is no evidence of herpes on my penis (outside). No discharge.
The physician prescribed mode doxyciclin. All the lab analysis were repeated on a different lab, but the results were the same.
- What could it be? Could it be a psychological urethritis?
- I started to read about herpes or adenoviruses urethritis... what is the best lab analysis to discover it?
- I also read that culture isn't a good way to evaluate mycoplasmas/ureaplasma, and PCR is a better way. Should I ask a new analysis to my urologist?
- Is the fresh microscopy a good way to evaluate trichomonas or is there a better lab analysis?
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