Two months ago I was diagnosed with an inflamed prostate, and I was on antibiotics for two months. My symptoms were awful and they all went away. Now three weeks after stopping anti optics, I have different issues going on for three weeks or so.
It started with a constant stomach and bladder ache, and my rectum itched. Then my tip of my penis became very sensitive. Now, my testes have a tiny pinch in them when I am about to ejaculate. One time, it burned when I ejaculated and urinated , but otherwise my flow is not blocked like last time, etc.
Also, the area between my rectum and testes spasms and twitches. The muscle I use to cut off urine feels quite weak as well.
I should also mention I have scoliosis and kyphosis of the spine, so my doctors always think it might be that. I'm only 30 years old, so all,of this is giving me a ton of anxiety.
I'm at a complete loss, and my urologist appointment isn't for almost a MONTH. Please help!View Thread
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