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Had sex, negative HIV test, transparent discharge from penis, redness on tip of penis. What to do?

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Doctor i had a sexuxal encounter 1.5 years ago. I tested for HIV after the last encounter and after three months from the exposure.

The HIV test was negative. However, there was a transparent discharge from my penis which i consulted with a urologists and he said that is quite normal.
After 1.5 years now i am finding some reddishness on tip of my penis. I am getting the dischage even today.

Please help me which test i should do to make XXXXXXX that i am not suffering from any STD
Posted Wed, 3 Oct 2012 in Sexually Transmitted Diseases
 
 
Answered by Dr. Sudarshan 2 hours later
Hi dear,

Exposure 1.5 years ago will not cause redness or erythema now.

White transparent discharge can be seen normally in many individuals.

Also please upload photos of the affected part to help you better.

Do you have fever/joint pain/enlarged glands in groin?

Are there any other symptoms/ skin rashes.


Please answer the above question and upload photos to help you better.

Also tests can be suggested on the basis of condition you have.

I dont feel you have an STD now.


Anticipating your response.

Any further query you have is welcome.

Wishing you good health.

Regards
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