No idea as to post #2 what "mostly of the Chlamydia type" even means . There's one Chlamydia. It is almost always asymptomatic for men. So it is not likely to be the cause of urethritis. Points, however for at least saying you should see a doctor.
PS if you have a urinal tract (per the subject line) infection call a plumber. Urinary tract, see a doctor.
First of all, doctors tend to diagnose Urethritis, so they don't have to openly diagnose a STD. (Well known example: during the Vietnam War, most soldiers were diagnosed with Urethritis, not Gonorrhea ).
Second: following bugs are categorized for causing Urethritis:
Third: Chlamydia is the most diagnosed STD in the USA.
Fourth: the prevalence of Chlamydia is reported to be 0.7% among females and one third of that for males in USA. Still a pretty high number for males
Fifth: it's exactly the opposite, of what you stated, Chlamydia is often asymptomatic for females, but not for males. One of the reasons, why one catch it easily with casual sex, getting a BJ, the GGs just don't know.
SIXTH: old geezer, that I am, I know pretty well, what I am talking about, I caught Chlamydia 7 times during my lifetime, one of it a severe case, responding only on the 3rd antibiotics combination.
And I can tell you, it feels far different than asymptomatic!!!
Edited by insearchofxxx, 03 September 2015 - 02:23 AM.