These symptoms indicate in most cases prostate
issues such as prostatitis
or hypertrophy and rarely it may be a sign of STD infection. You should avoid intercourse for till symptoms persist and drink plenty of fluids.
If symptoms persist it would be good to do a prostate ultrasound
and check your PSA levels to rule out a prostate tumor
or hypertrophy and further treatment depends on these findings.
In most cases, it can be controlled with medications but sometimes, in case of a tumor, open surgery is required.
And severe benign hypertrophy may be managed endoscopically so you should consult urologist
about appropriate options.
Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
Dr Ivan R. Rommstein, General Surgeon