Hi and welcome, symtoms of the above, 5 days after contact, would be itching at first then burning when urinateing, then white discharge. With the uritius , would be itching but more of a clear liquid as this is just an irritation.
If you blood is showing up after urinating. it seems to be coming from the last source, which is your bladder.
If you dont have any itching in your urethrea that a good sign you dont have any of the ones your listed.
Always have protected sex.
Yes i dont hv any itching on urethrea except on the tip of my penis.
To be more precise, i (male) had unprotected vaginal and oral sex last week and as remembered she had "stomatitis aftosa" on her mouth.
My initial urine test result shows proteins and increasing leukocyte. I informed this to my urologist and he said yes i got infection and just continue to finish up cravit levofloxacin. When asked him about possibility of STD he said it's too early to conclude and i must take the 2nd urine test after medication.
Also in the urine test result, I do not see any Chlamydia and Gonorrhea test being done yet. do you think i need to see STD expert while still on urologist medication?
Hi, gono and clym test 5 days or so after contact.
syphilis 6 weeks
herpes, hiv and hep 3 months
I would stick with the current doc. He most likley gave you the meds for the gono and clym and will retest you.
Just stay with him
Again, no itching is a good sign. The tip could be from your constant checking and pulling. That first 1/8 inch in could be irritated.
since you have already treated with antibiotics, you will need to delay when you retest for some std's. Wait a full 2 weeks after you have finished your antibiotics and then seek out testing for gonorrhea, chlamydia, trich and ngu. Even though the antibiotic you are on doesn't treat any of these very effectively, it can cause false negatives on testing so it's well worth doing all the right testing later on.
is blood in your urine usually std related? no it is not. continue to follow up regularly with your urologist and if you still have blood in your urine after 72 hours of taking your medication, return to be seen again.
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