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Old 01-05-2004, 10:24 AM   #1
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Question Non specific urethritis?

Right here is what happened: Sorry if this offends anyone
I moved to the UK recently (6 months or so)from Norway and my neighbourhood is quite rough. It is obvious that I live next to a brothel (walls are thin and I see people going in)
I wont make a story, my curiousity won so I decided about 2.5 weeks ago to go next door and check it out.
Mature ladies are working there 35-50, it was very clean (looked it) and I saw an English lady late 40's. I wasn't going there to have sex this is completely honest. I chose to have masterbation with her hands and breasts (no condom)
Absolutely no sex vaginal or oral or anal. There was some cuddling but I never touched her genatals or did she touch herself, wasn't allowed.
Well it lasted about about 35-40 minutes, she was very firm on my penis,also used oil that made it sensitive, starting and stopping to make it last the time I paid for. That was it.

I recently felt some irritation in the penis and thought it was me being paranoid about going in to the place. (should say that I split from a relationship with a girl back home) no sex in UK since I moved (dont know many people yet!) and I was checked clear in Norway after we split

Well the doctor today said they found evidence of irritation/ "pus cells" and I had to take some antibiotic pills to cover just in case - have to phone for results in a week or so to see if the cause is sexual or not.
I think I am pretty clued on sex things and I didn't do anyhting with this woman that would cause STI?? I found this on the web (see below)

Just wondered if anyone has advice or opinions on the quote from internet - (not to say dont go to prostitiutes please as I agree for sex is a bad idea)

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Urethral Irritation
Occasionally, a man may experience a discharge, or burning on urination but there is laboratory tests show no evidence of infection. This condition is called urethral irritation, and it means that the urethra has been affected by something other than an infection.

Possible causes of this condition include:

repeated squeezing or milking of the urethra

very frequent or vigorous masturbation or sexual activity

concentrated urine caused by dehydration

caffeine and/or alcohol, some medications

general illness


Urethral irritation is not a sexually transmitted condition and it always settles without antibiotic treatment. It will settle faster if you avoid - sex, masturbation, squeezing the penis, alcohol and caffeine consumption
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Old 01-05-2004, 05:30 PM   #2
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Re: Non specific urethritis?

It could be nerves and/or irritation from too rough of a hand job. Antibiotics are probably unnecessary, but you should obviously follow the doctor's recommendations. I would expect that things will improve in short order, provided you stop worrying. The mind is very powerful, and feelings of guilt can invoke an amazing range of symptoms.

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