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These symptoms are likely due to an infection of the prostate called prostatitis. This can be from anything from gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomonas, syphyllis, etc. You should be empirically treated with antibiotics to cover for the most common STDs while you are waiting for the results of the STD testing. Hope this helps.
If you used protection constantly this is probably a bacterial infection that is not considered an STD. But the only way to find out is to wait for the cultures.
No. It doesn't change my answer. This is still most likely bacterial infection and not an STD. But again, the only way to be sure is to wait for the final cultures. But based on the high-risk activity, if I were you, I would want to be treated with antibiotics to cover for the most common STDs.
Yes. Any good doctor who treats patients with these symptoms should write a prescription empirically to cover you even without the culture results.