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Sexually transmitted disease after an anal intercourse - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi sir
Doctor :   Hi
User :   sir myself hope u remember me.i discussed my condom break incident with u
Doctor :   yes, i remember , please proceed with your question
User :   sir actully i saw slight bulging over my left side where leg starts that's V part but it not on v it is on the right of V part slight bulging.I consulted a doctor he said early sign of hernia.but later he said it is ok it is inginual groin.
User :   want to know if it is any std
Doctor :   this symptom your telling looks like a lymphnode enlargement, which is normal.
Doctor :   do you have lesion on the penis?
User :   no sir no burning except yellow urine in morning
Doctor :   yellow urine at morning is due to overnight fasting , it is normal do not worry about it
User :   sir did y got the exact place it is on the left side below abdoemen and u can say where V starts it look slight bulging if i compare both ends.is it normal sir
Doctor :   as the doctor has examined you , i feel nothing to worry about std.
User :   but i did not ask him about std.i said is it infection or something he said no
Doctor :   yes , this is groin area and inguinal lymphnodes will be present there, as doctor has examined you, I presume there is nothing to worry, as it is normal to be present.
Doctor :   yes, if it was STD or any infection , you will also have other lesions on penis, fever, cough , etc.
Doctor :   which is not there in you, so I feel this is not STD
User :   sir i dont get proper sleep these days any medicine.
Doctor :   we generally do not give medicines directly
Doctor :   we advice for good physical activity, meditation and relaxation by breathing
Doctor :   by doing this you will sleep well.
User :   sir this groin is not painful but sometimes i feel stiffness in nerve above that is it normal
Doctor :   if the STD is worrying you , as you have done blood tests, do not worry much.
Doctor :   yes, it is normal , do not worry about the lymph node.
User :   i have done urine test only not blood test
Doctor :   if you want, you can go in for blood test
User :   is it required sir
Doctor :   but i feel it is not needed as risk is only less than one percent.
Doctor :   as your getting worried about this, i suggested the same to you.
User :   sir one thing i wanted to ask you does pus cells in urine conclude std.
User :   if urine test is ok then there may not be a problem except for hiv
Doctor :   how many pus cells were there?
User :   1-2
Doctor :   that is not significant
Doctor :   it is normal, nothing to worry, no std or infection
User :   no i am just asking u sir does all std have pus cells
Doctor :   not necessarily, but they do cause increase in pus cells
Doctor :   do you have fever
User :   no
Doctor :   then there is no infection, pus cells increase in infection and fever will be there along with it generally
Doctor :   i hope i answered all your questions.
User :   sir one thing i want to ask you.i tested for urine 4 times all the times it was 1-2 pus cells.but it was not my first morning urine.does that make difference in test result.
Doctor :   did you follow what i suggested?
User :   so u saying no need to worry
Doctor :   that is ok , need not be morning sample always. that is fine
Doctor :   do not worry about this
Doctor :   yes, do not worry.
User :   how will this groin go off sir
Doctor :   will go by itself, without medicines.
Doctor :   even if it persists dont worry.
Doctor :   hope you followed my advice
User :   sir i feel body heat how to reduce that i drink lot of water
Doctor :   you can chat with us again 24/7
Doctor :   thanks for consulting me
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