I am a GP working in a far rural area in a camp where there is no lab or such facility, 9 days ago I experienced sexual excitement when I received a call from my wife that led to all pre-ejaculation symptoms but ended without ejaculation.
2 days later I developed urethral discharge ( white, viscous, ouderless ) followed by urethral orifice pain. The discharge stopped spontaneously during its first day while pain continuing till now. There is frequent urinations, but No burning urination and the pain confined to the orifice only. My underwear is continuously irritating the orifice.
I tried Ceftrixone single injection 1 g I.M followed by Cefuroxime 500 BID orally to day is the last dose but no benefits .
Should I try Azithromycin or what? No facility for investigations before other 2 week when I will returned to my home-town?
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