About a month ago while swimming in the ocean I experienced a sharp pain in the tip of my penis, near the urethra. Upon returning home, I notice one to two small red lines, or welts near the tip that I had assumed were either a small jelly fish sting, or something related to a sting. This was accompanied by slight abdominal pain and burning in the urethra during urination or ejaculation. I immediately went to my local doctor to be checked out. That physician said it could be a UTI or an inflammed prostate. She put me on antibiotics for a month.
A month went by and neither the burninng pain, nor the marks disappeared, wherein I then went to get a full STD check to see if I had a larger problem than first thought. All STD tests returned negative. Nor was there any sign of heroes of lesions. The physician giving me the physical said that the irritation around the opening of the urethra, and the burning did not show any signs of STD, but that there could be a skin / fungal infection, wherein she prescribed me some ointment to rub into the skin for 10 days.
Needless to say, its now been two months. The pain during urination and ejaculation are still there. The slight redness and irritation around the opening of the urethra, along with the small red lines, are still there, the discomfort in my lower abdomen comes and goes.
Does anyone have any idea or thoughts on this?
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