In men, the urethra also carries semen out through the penis. A bacterial infection of the prostate causes bacterial prostatitis. urinary frequency; urinary urgency; a burning feeling or pain during urination; pain in the genital area, groin, .
Prostate infection, or prostatitis, can be a painful condition. The tube that moves urine from the bladder to the penis (urethra) runs Asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis: The prostate is inflamed but there are no symptoms.
If the tip of your urethra is burning but you're positive you don't have an STD or swelling of the prostate gland, can cause burning at the tip of the urethra. swelling in one or both of the testicles, and irritation along the penis.