I was recently diagnosed and treated for Gonorrhea and the possibility of Chlamydia. I recieved an injection along with two antibiotic pills I was told to take as soon as possible. I did this and my condition has improved drastically since then, this being 3 to 4 days ago.
However I have been experiencing a great deal of pain when I get an erection which is rather annoying seeing as this seems to happen randomly while i'm sleeping, I wake up in a great deal of pain. According to almost every symptoms list I could find for my condition, painful erections were no where to be found.
Does anyone know if this is a typical symptom of my condition? If so, since nearly all of my other symptoms have long disapeared, why am I still having this particular problem and when is it suppose to go away??
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