I am male had sex unprotected roughly 2 weeks ago. About 5 days after the sex I got a burning/painful sensation in my urethra which transitioned into an excruciating pain when urinating. I went to the doctor and was initially diagnosed with Chlamydia. I was treated for both Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. I was given a shot for Gonorrhea and a 1 time dose of Azithromycin. The symptoms improved after taking Azithromycin but my symptoms still currently linger. However, I received the test results, they were negative for both.
Symptoms: Urethritis Clear small Discharge from Penis Swollen Lymph Nodes
I have had no other symptoms than this. I am starting to stress that this might be something more serious like Genital Herpes. However, since the Azithromycin helped I was thinking it may just be a bad test, or something completely different.
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