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Sevierville, TN
A 35-year-old male asked:

Saw urologist. symptom is tickle and slight pain in tip of penis. negative stds and found wbc in urine under microscope. i believe its hpv induced urethritis. urologist says no way. how can he know this? also can hpv cause wbc to appear in urine

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Dr. Stuart Hickerson
Family Medicine 33 years experience
Urethritis: HPV is not a typical cause for urethritis. Although chlamydia and gc common causes for urethritis there are other causes. Ureaplasma urealyticum can be a non std cause for urethritis. Other possibility would be allergy of some type.
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Sevierville, TN
A 35-year-old male asked:

Saw Urologist. Symptom is tickle and slight pain in tip of penis. Negative STDs and found WBC in urine under microscope. I believe its HPV induced urethritis. Urologist says no way. How can he know this? Does HPV cause WBC in urine?

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Dr. Bernard Seif
Clinical Psychology 41 years experience
Penis sensation: Our brain can produce all sorts of feelings in our bodies. Now that you have seen a uro and had several docs respond here you can look into alt therapies. Clinical hypnosis can be very helpful. See www.asch.net for a list of licensed pros who use this modality. Peace and good health.
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Obsession: You may have asked this question multiple times. Give it six weeks, if you still have symptoms, see a different urologist.
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