i previously posted in the free forum.. i'll put the link here to save space..
http://www.medhelp.org/posts/STDs/problem/show/1872227#post_8686530 pls note that i actually started the amoxicillin cure 12 days after the encounter (in these 12 days i showed no symptoms at all, or at least that i could notice...i wasn't looking for discharge as accurately as i did later and i did not experience any major discomfort..but i was forcing myself to urinate a lot to see if it burned and this may have caused some weird sensation but not real pain).
what's your take on this?
thanks in advance
in the original post i explained the situation...
basically in 12 days after the encounter no symptoms
but as i started looking more closely in the past months i've discovered the clear morning discharge...
again, sorry for the confusion
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