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Treated for chlamydia. Painful urination, itching, smelly. What is wrong?

So I got treated for chlamydia on Friday. I took the one dose drink that tasted bad. It is now Tuesday and my pain during urination and itching has gone away but I m starting to notice a discharge . It doesn t just happen though, when I squeeze my penis from the base to the front a little bit of clear liquid comes out. It smells a bit funky. I m worried about if my treatment didn t work. Time is a huge issue for me because I leave for Marine Corps boot camp in a few weeks and I don t think I have time to get tested again and try another treatment. The nurse at the health clinic agreed not to put anything on my records so I wouldn t get discharged. Any advise on what the discharge is or if its maybe just pre-ejaculation?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Thanks for writing in.

As you have got treated for chlamydia, I am sure it is working for you. You have noticed the decrease in pain during urination and itching.

I would suggest you not to squeeze the base of your penis to check for any discharge.
There is every possibility that you are getting excited and there is little amount of ejaculatory fluid coming out through urethra.

If there was no discharge earlier, it is less likely to be an infection now.
Please use condoms during sex responsibly.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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