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What can a small patch of green stuff while urinating be as I am recovering from a UTI ?

hi, i have been to the dr about bladder irritations/uti and they have given me antiobiotics recently(month ago). last week, i noticed a yellowish/white discharge, so i started eating alot of yogurt and drinking lots of water/cranberry juice and it went away. Last night when i urinated, i noticed a small patch of green stuff and then i noticed it this morning..what could this be? I dont have it as discharge and i dont have any noticeable odor either. I am so scared/worried because i have been tested for chlamydia but i have never taken a blood test for stds because i have never had unprotected sex-do u hav an idea of what it could be, thanks
Asked On : Sat, 25 Dec 2010
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HI!itmay be urethral infection or it may be partially treated UTI or relapse of UTI u have not specified u r male or female?.small green stuff may be abacterial infected semen OR leucorrhial plaque[white discharge from vagina]consult ur doctor. get urine tested forC|S.TAKE PROPER COMPLETE treatment
Answered: Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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