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Dry skin, irritation on penis tip, discharge in the morning, pain on urinating. History of gonorrhoea. Treatment?

I have been treated for gonerrea over two weeks ago, now I am experiencing dry skin and little irritation around the tip of my penis . Also, the discharge has not completely cleared away but I only experience discharge in the morning the pain during urination has went away and I don t really have discomfort anymore. Am I good or what doc???
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
Hello Ryanabdelhalim,

thanks for posting on HCM,

Normally if you have been treated for gonorrhea and you still experiencing some symptoms, then it is most likely that your gonorrhea has not been completely treated. I suggest you get yourself retested again to confirm the gonorrhea is still there or not and screen for other STDs which might also present with similar symptoms (if that be the case, you will require specific treatment for each). I suggest you go to the hospital as soon as you can.
Ones the infection is completely eradicated, you will experience no other symptoms.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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