At first, i always get a stain on my underpants every morning. It was a clear whitish fluid. This happened only in the morning and there was no puss. i didnt feel any pain either. I took azithromycin 1g but it didnt get any better. so a fter reading this forum, i thought i got Trichomonas so i took metronidazole 2g about 2 days a go. later as i urinated and it was about to finished, i felt a sharp pain. This happend only once. after that i didnt feel any pain again but somehow i feel a litte burning sensation. my questions are:
1) what is the difference between chlamydia and Trichomonas
2) is it normal to feel that pain and burning sensation after taking the metronidazole?
3) do you think that i got STD or just infection in the urethra?
4) Will i get better in a couple of days?because i only took metronidazole 2 days ago.
5) if i want to be tested what are needed to be tested other than chlamydia and G.O?
1) Bacteria is different, not sure what else your looking for.
2) It can
3) Can't say
5) You need to wait 3 weeks after medication for any testing. Without knowing sexual history no clue what to advise you to test for, what you were at risk for.
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