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Unprotected sex, tingly sensation in urethra. What could be causing this?

Hi I had and have unprotected sex with only my girlfriend this past Saturday and just Monday I had a tingly sensation in my urethra nothing more no burn itch but if I squeeze my penis pressing th urethra it gives the kinda itch scratch correlation where if I continuously squeeze it it will rid this feeling... I m faithful and so is m partner so I m confused about this... I ve never had anthing and we ve been together over a yr and have unprotected se x often any anwers for this?... I plan to go to the Dr tomorrow
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hello dear.
Itch after a day or so of sex indicates candida infection.
It is not necessary that one has to be unfaithful to get candida.
Actually this yeast survives without causing any symptoms in female vagina.
While in males it becomes symptomatic.
You probably have got this infection.
Dont worry it is totally curable.
Thank you
Answered: Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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