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Having heartburn, inflamed urethra and semen in urine after having oral sex with a social sex worker. HIV, VDRL, TPHA, chlamydia test results negative. Suggestions?

Hi,a year ago i was at a prostitute which made me oral sex .The next day I started having heartburn and less inflamed urethra .I went to many doctors and they told me I had nothing and gave me to do these analyzes which came out negative:HIV(made 3 times), VDRL ,RPR,TPHA,Summary Urine, Urinalysis ,examination of urethral secretions where we had a result(quantitatively reduced secretion,without inflammation,gram-positive cocci rare),Detect Chlamydia-negative,Against Chlamydia trachomatis(IgM)-Negative.I do not know,burning is not permanently but recently I noticed that when the toilet my urine still flows along a few drops of sperm.Be because when I masturbate ejaculate not fully?I apologize for my English,and expect an answer because i am very scared.Thank you!
Asked On : Wed, 27 Jun 2012
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Hi. Oral sex does not cause any std.and all ur tests are negative so no need to worry.few drops of urine after micturation can be due to several reasons.it can be due to incomplete masterbation.incomplete discharge after sexual intercourse and due to prostrate problems
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