Couple weeks ago I had a condom break during sex, not sure how long. I was/am obviously stressed out a bit. Starting the next day felt itchy at tip of penis and the side of the penis was a bit sore to the touch. It was a long (2 hours of vaginal, oral, masturbation) session in which more than 5 condoms were put on and taken off. 4 days out I noticed some staining in my underwear but didn't see any "drip". 6th day I woke up to a single drip out of my penis, white in color. I contacted an online testing site and went that day to give a urine sample for chlamydia and gonorrhea. Test results came back negative and I followed the instructions carefully, didn't wipe/wash or urinate for 2 hours prior to test and was sure to get "first catch" and only about 20-30 ml. In the meantime between testing and results I went to a clinic and expressed my symptoms, they didn't test or look but gave me one 2 gram dose of azithromycin. 9 days after this dose i am not itchy, and no pain during urination (never had that), but in the morning when I squeeze/milk I can see a white fluid in my urethra, but not drip. Could this just be normal?
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