[Question #3973] Oral risks std or other non sexual

31 months ago
I had my test about 4 weeks ago and yet again I went to see another individual to which I received oral sex this person showed me there test results from the last time approx 2 weeks previous to our meeting.
This person goes once a month for testing so obviously has regular sex.
The meeting on the 2nd of July 2018 lasted all of 5 mins. Oral only.
On Friday till yesterday I had an uncontrollable urge to go the toilet no pain on urinating but not much came out. I am roughly going to the toilet once every hour and thirty minutes when drinking roughly the same average per day but cannot the urge to urinate is an urgent one.
Today these symptoms have eased I have no white or yellow stuff coming out of my penis. 
The meeting was 10 days ago to when the symptoms started. Is this a time line for an std and should I go to my regular doctor to get antibiotics or my std clinic. 
Also this person has had the injections for hep b x3. But would there be any chance of it residing in there mouth.
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
31 months ago
Welcome back, but sorry you found it necessary.

Please re-read the main paragraph in my initial reply in your last thread, which addresses the low risk of oral sex for STDs. I have nothing to say about this particular exposure, except to note that the chance of an STD probably is very low in anyone who gets monthly testing.

Frequent or urgent urination in this situation is almost always the result of anxiety causing increased bladder tone, genital awareness, etc. If you have penile discharge or pain in the urethra when you urinate, see a doctor -- either your personal physician or a GUM clinic would be fine; or you could get seen without those symptoms. If you do, expect negative results for an STD evaluation. For sure you should not take or seek antibiotic treatment without medical evaluation.

HHH, MD
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31 months ago
Ok I understand what you are saying my anxiety and other Personnal issue at this present time are playing there part in making me feel this way. When I am asleep I tend to stay asleep all night with no need to go to the bathroom. Basically I need to stop worrying and get on with more important issues
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
31 months ago
I agree with your insightful self analysis. Absence of symptoms for several hours while sleeping, all by itself, is virtually 100% proof against any infection causing your symptoms.---
31 months ago
I have some sort of clear discharge coming from my penis. But none overnight I am still anxious or could it be a uti not sexual.
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
31 months ago
UTI doesn't cause discharge. A small amount of clear urethral fluid is normal, especially early in the day. It's often just pre-ejaculate fluid (pre-cum) produced during normal erections, which usually occur during normal dream sleep. However, if the discharge turns cloudy or yellowish, see a doctor.

That completes the two follow-up comments and replies included with each thread and so ends this discussion. I hope it has been helpful. Best wishes and stay safe.

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