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Forum Name: Urinary tract infections
Question: slight penile pain
|karatekid1 - Mon Jul 18, 2005 2:27 pm|
over a month ago i recieved unprotected oral sex from my girlfriend, and just yesterday i had a penis discharge of some kind. it wasnt thick or yellow. it was clear and kindy sticky like seman. the discharge wasnt just a drop either. i don't really experience pain or anything while peeing, it just sometimes feels kinda warm. i havent had a discharge since, or it hasnt bothered me. but yet i still feel sometimes as if the tip of my penis is wet, but other then that ive been fine. this all happened yesterday night, before then i never felt anything.. maybe my mind is just playing tricks on me, because im thinking about it to much. altough i am experiencing some slight pain in my testicles on off.
please help me out.. thx
|Dr. Anthony Solomon - Mon Jul 18, 2005 8:57 pm|
You can have chlamydial or gonococcal urethritis from unprotected oral sex (fellatio) if your partner had any of the causative bacteria in her pharynx. If you are experiencing a urethral discharge and discomfort, you should have tests to exclude these diseases. Your symptoms are suggestive of non-specific urethritis but tests are necessary for confirmation.
Dr Anthony Solomon
Consultant Physician, Tropical & Genitourinary Medicine
|karatekid1 - Mon Jul 18, 2005 9:13 pm|
actually i noticed only during the morning i felt a burning sensation during peeing. after that it completely went away and my pee isnt cloudy, and feels normal again? do i still have to be worried?
|Dr. Anthony Solomon - Tue Jul 19, 2005 6:55 am|
If symptoms are persistent or recurrent, you will require tests. You have to take that decision based on any abnormal symptoms or signs in your genitalia.
Dr Anthony Solomon
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