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Burning in the urethra. STD test report negative. Could this be yeast infection?

Iv been feeling this burn in my urethra .so I went to the clinic got tested for std ( urine and blood )and all my test came back negative I was happy but I was still feeling the itch .before that I was using contesten cream that my friend told me about, saying it could be yeast infection ,which if it was a yeast infection I knew I caught it from my wife. She gets so often. The doc gave me a cream call lamisil and said to apply twice a day for two weeks on the second day of using the cream the itch went away so i stop using it. I went away for a week and after a week I touch my wife it came back and it been there .i don t know what to do anymore doc I went to my family doc and he said its in my head.i went back to the walk in clinic he took a sample of my urine and took me in the lab to culture and said I m fine there is nothing still feeling the burn so I went to the hospital and they did the same with my urine and said I m fine there is nothing there. Doc can u help me plz.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
I understand your concern.
Urine and blood culture may not yield anything until there is urinary tract infection or blood stream infection and the tests results came was as expected. Yeast in the vagina is a normal flora how ever if it is responsible for symptoms in her and all other causes of such symptoms are excluded, your wife may need a treatment for yeast, if she is having it currently.
Visit a dermatologist or venerologist or a gynecologist. You may find it helpful.
Hope it is clear.
Answered: Sun, 30 Jun 2013
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