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Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by ram786, Jun 8, 2010.
hi any other guys have it ? or had it ?
You need to sit him down and have the safe sex talk son. :smile:
Nope never had it.
As long as he didn't get it from you...
It's not that easy.
Very few guys will use a condom for oral sex, yet oral sex can transmitted STDs and therefore is not safe. The problem is to get guys to use condoms for oral sex, but just try it!!
my dads not gay and i am bi
It's quite common - it used to be called non-specific urethritis (NSU). It's readily treatable, and he should count himself lucky it's not something more serious. But he does need to get it treated. In the UK, many pharmacies will test for it and give the treatment, but even if that is the case, he'd be best off seeing a doctor. His partner(s) should do likewise. And note too that there is a risk of re-infection if the infecting partner is not treated.
As an aside, how do you know this? Did he tell you?
Bummer. I'm sure the doctor had a good talk with him, what more is there to say?
I had that shit once. Out of all the STD's it is the most treatable and goes away with very little medication. It took about two weeks and I was totally cured. It burns when you pee and it seems like there is a little bit of discharge from the penis. It is kind of like a weak version of goneria.
I'm curious about how you found out. Did he tell you or did you get the information by other means?
Well then, the uhhhh, best of luck to him.
NSU comes in two varities, gonococcul and non-gonococcal, the first is caused by Gonorrhea the second may have a variety of causes ranging from Chlamydia to Herpes, it can also be caused by mechanical injury or reactions to spermicides.
Frequently when the term Non-specific Urethritis is used it indicates that both Gnorrhea and Chlamydia have been tested for and found negative, but that an infection in the Urethra is nonetheless present. Though it is fair to say that in many cases the term NSU is also used to describe Urethritis which has been tested only for Gonorrhea and found negative making Chlamydia the most likely cause.
NSU is not however a synonym for Chalmydia, and never has been, even though the most likely cause of non-gonococcal urethritis is Chlamydia.
hes into his woman and he has seen the doctor and given him tubes for pee samples,
hopeflly it gets better and he says it hurts when he pees
Well, in fact, my understanding is that NSU is an outdated term, in fact, from the time when the urethritis was thought to be either due to Neisseria gonorrhoea (i.e. gonococcal) or to something else that couldn't be identified. When test for Chlamydia trachomatis were developed, it was discovered that the bulk of the cases of sexually transmitted "NSU" were in fact due to chlamydia, and hence the term NSU became loosely synonymous with chlamydial urethritis. I have never heard NSU used to describe gonococcal urethritis.
Probably I shouldn't have used it, since, as I say, it now rather out of date as a terminology.