Getting short stabbingtingling sensations in penis without any STD like symptoms sensation goes away for a long period of time If I urinate or If Ive drank a lot of water

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About 3 weeks and a half weeks ago I had unprotected oral sex with an escort and ever since then I’d been worried about getting an STD . After about 3 or 4 days after the incident I started getting weird tingling/stabbing sensations in my penis , it always comes and goes and doesn’t last for long. It doesn’t hurt too much just a very annoying sensation. I mostly feel it on the top of my penis head but sometimes I feel it in the shaft and most of the time it’s on the left side of my penis. I do however feel better once I urinate and I’m able to avoid this sensation for quite a while after I urinate but it still hasn’t gone away. So basically I’ve started drinking lots of water but now I obviously have to go pee a lot more often. I also noticed that if I avoid masturbation for a while it occurs even less. I even noticed tiny white dots on my penis in random pattern( sometimes i think i see it in a line don’t know if I’m imagining it ! ) on the left side near the opening but these dots only appear when my penis head is dry, It doesn’t go away if I put water on it but goes off I think when my penis sweats or secrets something ? I dunno point is , the dots are visible when my penis is dry and not visible when it’s wet ( and by wet I mean not wetted by water) I am 25 years old and I don’t have any of the symptoms of an STD like burning pain while urinating or any yellow discharges etc. I was checking out other forums and it seems a lot of people have this condition and nobody is clear on the answer. Does anyone here know what’s really going on ??

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