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Stinging pain while urination and ejaculation. Reddish penis tip. Not STD. Chances of cyst?

Went to the Doctor Yesterday to have them look at a possible UTI. However the tests came back negative. There is a stinging burning pain while urinating/ejaculation. It is rather severe pain. Was prescribed a pain killer. Waiting for it to kick in. There is only the pain, it is located in the head of the penis, no discharge, minor redness near the opening, sometimes tender to the touch at the head. No fever. Pain has been more than a week. I am in a monogamous relationship, not worried about STDs but those will come back Monday. Could it be a cyst? Like a pimple within the urethra? Just looking for ideas on what it may be, was hoping it would have gone away now.
Asked On : Mon, 13 May 2013
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Hello.Pain while urination and ejaculation,redness and tenderness in penis head
are symptoms of penis head infection.
In some mens with higher sexual activity and poor cleaning area,infection appears.Too in diabetics infecction appears more frequently.
You must go to urologist to examine you and ,perhaps,
request additional test(secretion urethra analysis).
I wish you good health.
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