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Hi, good afternoon.
Did you notice any lession, like painfull blisters in the tip of your penis?
And the burn feeling occurs only when you urinate? Or it´s permanent?
And did you notice any discharge through the urethra?
Yes, that´s what I meant, sorry for my English.
Lastly, did you have sexual intercourse without condom in the last 30 days?
Well, from the symptoms you describe, it appears to be urethritis, which is a sexually transmitted infection. Groin pain is probably due to swollen lymph nodes, which is normal for this infection.It can be caused by different bacteria, and to confirm the diagnosis I recommend a very simple study, called a urethral exudate analysis; In this way, the germ that is causing the infection can be determined, and an appropriate treatment can be indicated. If you cannot undergo this study, you could do an empirical treatment, which consists of an injection of Ceftriaxone 250 mg (one time only), and two tablets together of Azithromycin 500 mg (also one time only). This would cure all possible causes of urethritis.
It is not something serious, and you should not worry, but it is important to do a treatment to avoid complications. And if the infection is confirmed, your girlfriend should do the same treatment.
Yes, you should go to a doctor to begin the evaluation and treatment; if possible, you should go to an urologist, but not necessarily, it can be a general practitioner.
You are wellcome, I hope you get better soon.