I have recently been tested positive for chlamydia. I was having quite a bit of discharge and discomfort when I would urinate.
I was prescribed Doxycycline twice a day for a week. I have finished my cycle about two weeks ago but still have a very small amount of discharge. It is only visible when I squeeze my urethra and is no where near the amount I was experiencing prior to my treatment of Doxy. The Doxy definitely helped with the symptoms but with this very small amount of discharge is bothering me. I did consume alcohol on two different occasions while taking Doxy. There isn't anymore discomfort (burning/itching) when I urinate.
The discharge seems to be almost completely clear when I look at it.
If you have to "milk" your penis then it is not a symptom. If you get discharge free flowing from your penis then follow up with your Dr. If not then I would not worry about it as you don't have any symptoms.
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