Growth of Staphylococcus
in semen is not a major concern especially when the motility and count of spermatozoa
Of course the broad spectrum antibiotics like Cefuroxime
will lead to overgrowth of yeast fungi and may likely to cause discharge and irritation. But yeast discharge is not having any odor or offensive smell.
If the discharge is odorous then you have to think of the possibility of bacterial vaginosis
, Trichomonas vaginitis
, or some infection with anaerobes.
Having started cefuroxime complete the course and have a vaginal smear examination and find out the etiology for the odor and treat the same.
So consult your Gynecologist or a dermato-venereologist. They will help you.
Get well soon.