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Foul-smelling discharge, discoloration in underwear. Related to hypospadius?

I have been to two doctors and tried a lot of things threw the years and I can not get rid of the smelly wet itch where my underwear goes. It is also has discoloration. I have made the fugus company very rich threw the years. Another question is everytime I have sex with the wife she ends up with a bladder infection , is that related? Or is it caused because I have hypospadius which threw operations left with hair growing out of my urithra do to them using my scrottom.
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
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The individual's with Hypospadias are lacking their terminal portions of lining of the urethral orifice with squamous epithelium which offers a high degree protection against the STI and other bacterial organisms.
If you examine your urine in a laboratory for a routine test it will reveal the presence of infection. Then with some special tests with the guidance of a Urologist or a Genito-urinary physician we can come to the exact diagnosis. Treatment according to the cause will relieve all your symptoms.
DR S.murugan
Answered: Thu, 8 Aug 2013
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