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Have discharge from penis. Took kanamycin, doxy and cipro. Gained weight. What could be the cause?

hi, i have a small discharge from my penis, its like very thin mucus, like semen , have had it for 5 days now, no pain during urination, no any other pain, i have one sexual partner and we have been having unprotected sex coz we are trying to concieve. i had ths kind of problem way back like last year, got shots of kanamycin , given doxy and cipro , all went away, i nvr cheated and her too, what might be the cause? is it maybe that i have gained some weight recently? i was always around 60-65 now i do 76-79. i am 26 yrs old.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

Thank you for your question. I hope you took the medications under medical supervision. I think you need to get a urine and a semen analysis done and it needs to be under the supervision of a qualified psychiatrist or a urologist. I think this would help you very much. There are many medications that can help you deal with your problem. Take care and have a lovely day !
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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