Hi, about a week after having sex I noticed a burning sensation whenever I urinate, a yellowish discharge in the mornings and throughout the day and an itchy feeling inside my penis. I figured I had chlamydia or gonorrhea. I went to the dr and without doing a test, he said I had both. He prescribed
Tetradox 100mg x14 (twice daily for a 7days),
Tinigyl 500mg x4 (one dose),
Binozyt 500mg x2 (One dose)
I took all the single dosage at the same time and started the Tetradox about 3days later.
After I finished the medications, the burning stopped, the tingling stopped. However, the discharge stopped but when i milk my penis, I can still see yellowish discharge.
I went back to the dr and he prescribed
Altacef 500mg x14 (twice daily for 7days)
My question is, why didn't all the symptoms go away and will this new medication do?
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