Non specific urethritis/ urethra discomfort

Posted by ambitiousnate @ambitiousnate, Mon, Apr 22 7:41am

25 years old. Starting late January I began to have a sharp throbbing pain on the head of my penis that would come and go. At this time i was having unprotected sex with my girl friend. I ended up going to urgent care, seeing my PCP and then I was referred to a urologist. All std tests were negative and she even went to her yearly Gyno appointment and was told all tests negative. Symptoms that’s ive had include: the throbbing head pain, very painful testicles, urethra discomfort. I’ve taken over 5 different anti biotics and everything is seem to be normal minus the daily urethra discomfort. Is it possible for urethritis to take over 3 months to fully heal?

Hi @ambitiousnate and welcome to Connect. That must be so awful having that pain all the time, and finding no solution.

I wanted to share this link on Urinary Tract Infections in hopes it could be of some help: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/urinary-tract-infection/symptoms-causes/syc-20353447

Have you had any improvement in your symptoms over the three months or is it staying the same?

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@ethanmcconkey

Hi @ambitiousnate and welcome to Connect. That must be so awful having that pain all the time, and finding no solution.

I wanted to share this link on Urinary Tract Infections in hopes it could be of some help: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/urinary-tract-infection/symptoms-causes/syc-20353447

Have you had any improvement in your symptoms over the three months or is it staying the same?

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The testicle pain and discomfort had to be the worst part of this ordeal which eventually went away. Which gives me hope that the remaining symptoms will eventually go away. Symptoms are not as intense as previous but nonetheless bothersome

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