I was diagnosed for chlamydia about a month ago. go treated with Azithromycin powder, still saw a greenish color discharge. Called back got another treatment, doxycycline for 7 days, still had discharge, then went back did another test and go treatment for another 10 days, i have abstained from sex so there is no chance of reinfection. My question is..why am i still experiencing symptoms? i got a pelvic exam, and my reproductive system is completely normal. Help !!!
You should ask your doctor is you tested positive for chlamydia and did they test you for trich.
Either way follow up with your doctor on this, If you have a clear discharge it could be a symptom of a UTI?NSU which is a common urinary track infection. Sometimes with these it takes a few trips to the doctor to get them cleared up.
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