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Brownish discharge, lower stomach pain, back pain and sore throat after unprotected sex. Am I having chlamydia?

i think i the guy ive been seeing has chlamydia , i had intercourse with him on wenesday now i have a redish/brown discharge , lower stomach pain, slight back pain my nose is so stuffed and my throat is kinda sore. i have an appointment with my gyno on thursday should i see if there is an eailer appointment? do u thnk its clap?
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there igotsexiisocks. Clap is the colloquial term for gonorrhea. By the description of your discharge et al, it is more than likely you have a mixed infection & chlamydia & Gonorrhea both fit into the clinical picture. The sore throat & stuffed nose suggest a viral pathology. If the thursday you allude to is the next day, you are fine; if it is the upcoming thursday, then i suggest you get the appointment preponed as these things are best not left festering especially if you suspect an STD & are certain the guy has chlamydia. A useful note to self in the future should be: Do not have unprotected sex with guys who are proven STD carriers'! should be easy to sort out with a course of antibiotics & nowadays, chlamydia tests on discharges are quite sensitive. Regds & all the best for the future: When you go out in the rain, do use a 'raincoat' by all means Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD Dermatologist & Venereologist, Bangalore, India.
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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