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Have stitches on testicles. Pus coming out after sex. Normal? Remedy?

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Stitches. At my testicles. Many. Years. Ago. Pus. Is. Coming. Out. After. Sex. Is. It. Normal. What. To. Do
Posted Mon, 28 Oct 2013 in General Health
Answered by Dr. M Y Shareef 1 hour later
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Hi Yeime ! Good morning. I am Dr Shareef, a general surgeon answering your query.

It will be helpful if you could please provide me some more details of your problem:

1) When and for what condition of the testis, the surgery was done, and the nature of the surgery done.
2) Is there any fever and pain associated ?
3) Is there any burning urination or any other symptoms related to your genito urinary tract ?
4) What is your age like ?
5) Are you currently under any medications ?
6) Reports of any related investigations done including that of biopsy if any.
7) Do you mind telling me something about your partner ? Is it single or multiple partners you had sex with, and was it protected or otherwise ?

A detailed information on the above will help me in answering your query better.

Thanks for choosing the XXXXXXX forum for your health query.

Awaiting your response. Dr Shareef.

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