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Pus coming out from penis, pain on urinating, pain after sex. Treatment ?

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is there somnething wrong when me and my girlfriend recently had sex and have been having sex alot and when i went to the bathroom pus came out and it hurts really badly but not when i pee
Posted Sat, 5 May 2012 in Men's Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Sudarshan 10 hours later
Hi XXXXXXX
Thanks for the query,

You have mentioned having sexual relation with your partner.
Does your partner have any urinary or discharge complains ?
Do you have burning pain/burning while micturition/ any genital ulceration?
Do you have fever /malaise/weakness?
Do you have any swelling in groin?


It is most likely that you are suffering from Urethritis.
Most common cause of Urethritis is gonococcal infection caused by bacteria neisseria gonorrhae .It is transmitted by sexual route.
Other causes of urethritis are Chlamydia, other bacterial ,viral and fungal agents.


You should visit your nearest dermatologist/ venereologist /physician who will examine and confirm the diagnosis.

He may advise you culture and gram stain of Pus discharge.
Also PCR for chlamydia ,serology for HIV and syphilis is advisable.

But there is nothing to worry urethritis is treatable with antibiotics.
A thorough examination and proper treatment will resolve the symptoms in week or two.

Hope this answers your queries. In case of any doubts, I am available for the follow ups.

Take care.
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