About 2 month ago, I had a unprotected oral sex and protected vaginal sex from a sex worker. 2 weeks later i noticed there is stains on the fabric of my underwear. After one more week in a morning, i noticed there is a crystal clear discharge something like a premature ejaculation liquid.
I was so worried and went to a std clinics for check up, done a urine culture test and chlamydia & gonnorea tests. The first time, the doctor prescribed me a 1g (4 tables) antibiotic and one bottle of fluid to consume on the spot at the clinic. (Well, i guess it is the medicine for chlamydia & gonnorea). After taken the medicine, the discharge went away in 2 days time. The results of the diagnose had came back and were negative chlamydia & gonnorea and for the culture test it shows nothing as well, which mean no bacterial was found in the culture.
However, after 7 days the discharge came back but this time it is more routine and just happen during early morning about 5 or 6 am. Then i do have slight pain for a few seconds, and itchy feeling for certain period during day time. I went to see the doctor again and he diagnose me as a NGU/NSU case. He then prescribed me 400mg Norfloxacin (twice a day), 400mg metrodanizole (twice a day) and 100mg of doxycycline (twice a day) as well.
During the period of taking this medicine, i still have some tingling pain and itchyness at the tube of my penile. Today is the last day after taken all the prescribed medicine and i still have the crystal clear discharge during the morning period.
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