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Unprotected sex, bisexual, burning on urination, swelling in groin area. History of infection in testicles. STD?

I have had unprotected sex over a month ago. Im bi and it was with another man . We had sex but a condom was used. We had some foreplay before the condom was used. Now i have a burning sensation when i urinate. U have also found a swelling in the groin area ( pelvic area) and it hurts. I can fell the pain in my legs when i stand for too long. Its not a extremly pain but very discomforting. I have had an infection in the testicle before. I was tested for an STI but that was negative. The swelling in the testicle keeps happening over tge past two years. I also had an encounter a while back an one thing lead to another, again with a man. He penertrated me but i asked him to stop after 10 mins. He did not ejaculate in me. Could i have an STI? I have booked an appointment with a clinic for this week and im due to have an ultrasound in the testicle that had become infected 2 years ago due to my doctor suspecting i have varucous veins on it.
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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an unprotected sex is most vulnerable to lead to STIs. the large gut(anal area) contain normal flora of E.Coli which is a gram negative bacteria and easily transmitted to male genital orgain causing urinary tract infection. what you have to do is have lab test known as urine analysis. if there is presence of pus cells >5/HPF or RBCs. it indicates UTI.and observe other symptoms like fever. pain. and polyuria i.e. increased frequency of urine.
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Answered: Thu, 3 May 2012
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