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Burning while urinating, no discharge, pink eye, blood in urine, had unprotected oral sex. Opinion?

I am a 41 year old male. About two weeks ago I started to feel burning while urinating. The burning became slightly worse over the balance of the first week. I was out of town on business and didn t see this as an emergency (life threatening) so I didn t visit an emergency room in the city I was in while away from home. I had no discharge the first week just slight burning becoming moderate by the end of the week. That weekend I came down with a case of what appeared to be pink eye in my right eye. Still out of town I still did not see a doctor. After about 3 days the pink eye in my right eye went away and the burning while urinating started to subside. A mild case of pink eye then appeared in my left eye. I had just a small drip of pink urine/blood from my urethra at the conclusion of urination on the last two days of the burning. Then both the burning and the slight urine/blood drip went away. While I was away I was researching white might be the problem and it appeared that I may have chlamydia or gonorrhea by looking at my symptoms. This may also have been possible as I had unprotected oral sex (giving and receiving) with a new partner of unknown STD status a few weeks before my trip. I took both a chlamydia/gonorrhea Chlamydia Nucleic Acid Amplification (NAA) Test after returning home and the results of both tests were Negative. I took the test over the weekend and received the results today. I am now feeling completely normal and the pink eye in my left eye is almost completely gone. I am looking to see my doctor but would like to get an opinion so I can go in and have an intelligent conversation with him about this and where to go next. Thanks for any opinions you may share.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM,
First of all practice safe sex at all instances.
Use a barrier method to prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STDs).
However, the oral route will nor prevent the transmission of STDs.
A history of burning urination can be due to urinary tract infection.
A urine examination - routine and microscopy should be done to look for evidence of infection.
If infection is detected, appropriate antibiotics have to be given.
A negative result for Chlamydia and gonorrhea rules out these two infections.
The red eye occurs due to congestion of the conjunctiva or the cornea.
Infection is the most common cause.
You can use antibiotic drops 1-2 times/ day.
If no relief occurs after usage of 1-2 days, you need to consult an ophthalmologist for clinical examination.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Tue, 27 Aug 2013
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