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Burning pain in the penis after ejaculation. History of cancers. Do I have STD or cancer?

burning pain in the tip of my penis after ejaculation , then the burning seems to linger a little while afterward. and the blood flow to my penis is only going half way. the bottom part sticks straight out then the tip turns straight up. i have had a few cancers, so is it more toward to cancerous issue or std . ive been with one woman but has had multiple partners, so im worried.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi,

It seems that you are having urethritis.

It may be gonorrhoea or Non gonococcal urethritis.

Both the conditions are infections in urethra...

It may be STD.

You are immunologically deprived as you have cancers.

So, you are likely to have infections.

You consult dermatologist and have investigations to find out STDs and other diseases.

And then take treatment.

Avoid intercourse at present and that also with multiple partners in future.

I hope you got my answer.

Thanks.

Dr.Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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