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My name is Vince and on January 1st I had slept with a girl that may have been infected of chlamydia. I noticed this because my testicles were in pain and I had a liquid discharge from my penis. When I confronted her of the situation she said she knew she had it but wanted to keep it a secret from everybody and didn't mind in even telling me and we had unprotected sex.
It is now May 18th and I'm still infected (I think) but I have been to the doctor numerous times with me receiving deoxycoxiline and yet same results. I went to the doctor the first time on January 10th. The second January 24th the third on February 13th. And yet I still have this discharge and the pain in my testicles. What am I supposed to do?
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