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Swelling in urethral opening, painless. Yeast infection? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 20-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Urinary and Bladder Problems
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Doctor:Good morning
User:good morning
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
Doctor:Are you there?
User:hi XXXXXXX I have a slight swell at my urethral opening from the past 4 5 years. Its painless and like nothing there, its visible when I am erect and appears normal when I am normal..
User:i can send you an image right away if u want to have a look
User:i guess its an yeast infection but im not sure...
Doctor:To me, it seems like a non-specific urethritis
Doctor:You probably need to take an antibiotic like Doxycycline for a minimum of 3 weeks
User:is it serious
Doctor:It is not serious at all
User:can u have a look onto that
Doctor:Into what?
User:i have taken an image of that swell.. if u can see that, i think you can have a more clear thought of what it is
Doctor:I have a better suggestion to you
Doctor:You could post a query to the Urologist about the same
Doctor:We can help you do that
Doctor:Please confirm your contact number
Doctor:Thank you
Doctor:We shall call you soon regarding the same
User:sure thank you
Doctor:Good day ahead
Doctor:Bye for now
User:thanks and same to you
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