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Yellowish penile discharge, joint pain, swollen testicles post sexual encounter. Is it serious?

Gonorrhea with swollen testicles and joint pain!!! m i going to die? is this serious? Good day please kindly help me with my situation i m a 21 year old male and i think i have either Chlamydia or gonorrhea infection i did have sex 25 days ago and i didn t have any symptoms of burning sensation when urinating but i have a yellowish penile discharge and i m feeling some joint pains and swollen testicles right now i d just discovered this infection lately last week when i saw my underwear with yellowish color what should i do, i m i going to die is this serious?
Asked On : Tue, 8 May 2012
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You must consult a doctor immediately and get your self tested not only for gonorrhea and chlamydia but also for syphilis,HIV and hepatitis since these sexually transmitted disease can also be transmitted.
Get a proper treatment and make it a practice to resort to safe sexual practices in future.
This is really a serious problem and don't take lightly.
Answered: Tue, 8 May 2012
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