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Penis Irritation after negative std test any help?

Hi quick question and thanks for any help

April 26 I met with a csw in Costa Rica. She gave me a quick suck on my penis no condom and had sex with condom which had ripped on the bottom and we switched quickly. Next day or so felt uncomfy so I made an appointment with doc April 30th took hiv /std test. I took a blood and urine test, Results came back may 14th negative for all std and hiv. I am currently still feeling a discomfort in my groin area. I read 5 days after exposure is a good time to get tested so I did.  I have no discharge or no leakage of Any kind. I haven't had any symptoms of herpes or beak outs. Any ideas what this discomfort can be when all results came negative?

Is there a difference In going to a std clinic and my doc by any chance? Does std clinc do a more thorough test?

Thank you for your help.
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Any place that will do STD testing is fine. No clue what the issue could be at this point with some negative STD tests.
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Thank you for your reply! Does the blood and urine test differ from a local std clinic facility? I would get the same results basically?

Just dunno what this discomfort is I'll make an appointment with my doctor again if so
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I don't see an edit button for edit post so i apologize. Would I be wasting my time going to an std clinic or just to go back to my doctors office?
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Same results.
Go back to Dr
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Thank you very much I appreciate your help!
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