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Six months back I had an oral sex after that I had constant penis burn about 20 days. Later, it came again after two months and persisted about 15 days. Now again, I’m in the same situation I have been having constant burn on tip of penis, I don’t have any other symptoms. Is this related to std or any other problem? There is no sexual activity since last 6 months.


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replied September 26th, 2018
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A64417
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The symptoms that you describe are not normal. If recurrent it could suggest infective etiology. If your sexual partner had oral infection at the time of sexual contact, chances of infection are possible. Visit your doctor/urologist at the earliest and go ahead with proper examination and evaluation to look for the underlying cause, and get started on appropriate treatment as indicated by your examination findings and evaluation results. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/urologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately. Drink plenty of water.
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