You are certainly practicing safer sex with the type of sex you described. It is not a common way for STI like gonorrhea and chlamydia to pass, but like you have said it could be possible if some of the vaginal fluid came in contact with your urethra (pee tube).
Have a look at our “Know your chances” web page, it provides information on your chances of getting or passing an STI depending on how you are having sex.
I don’t know your full medical or sexual history so it is difficult to say what could be causing the discharge and slight burn when you urinate (pee). The most common thing that causes these symptoms in a man who is sexually active is a sexually transmitted infection (STI), but other conditions can also cause these symptoms.
I would just recommend that you go and see a health professional about the symptoms you are having. In most situations they will test and treat for STI. If things do not improve they will start looking for other causes.
Have a look at our clinic finder if you need help finding a clinic in BC. You can also visit your family doctor or a doctor at a walk in clinic.
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