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How can there still discharge in the morning ?

4 months since diagnosed, 5 kinds of medicines prescribed still have discharges. please help. 4 months already since i was diagnosed to have gonorrhea and chlamydia but still not cured, 5 kinds of medicines already, and i consulted 2 doctors still not cured. i take doxicycline, cipro, ceftum, azithromyzin and i forgot the the one..Please help me what to do, why it took me 4 months now but still i have few discharges every morning, and sometime during lunch time, i already had a swab test and turned out negative to gonorrhea now, then i had a urine test also negative from chlamydia, but i doubted with the urine because, i pee already several times before the test conducted. the doctor said, I am okey and its just psychological, but how can there still discharge in the morning? i go to the doctor and he prescribed 6 pills of azithromizin and 1 gram per day for 3 days. its 2 weeks had past but i still have little sticky thing when i touched the tip of my penis. please help me. do i still have to wait for 1 more week becuase other said it is 3 weeks to wait before the chlamydia subside.
Asked On : Thu, 12 May 2011
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hello and welcome to healthcare magic!!
it is better you wait and at the same time make sure your partner is treated as well otherwise you will just be going through a cycle of std. and engage in intercourse only when both the partners are free of the std.
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