I was infected with chlamydia in april 2010, from oral sex. but i found out the infection later in august 2010, with a lab test came back positive. Doctor gave me treatment with doxy for a week and Zythromax. And lab check again one month later came back negative. (the lab check is swap liquid from the tip of the penis)
Now, I have hard time to start a pee.
1. Can chlamydia cause this? since it takes 4 months untreated, could it travel up from urethra to prostate, or kidney???
2. I read on Internet that chlamydia infect prostate is hard to cure does this true?
Chlamydia can cause a uti as a secondary infection. Where exactly does it hurt when you start to urinate? If it burns and hurts when coming out its in the urethra. Ufo its in the back its kidneys. You really should make a follow up appt an mention the pain and that you had chlamydia. If your test came back negative the second time, its likely just a uti. Keep us posted!
Chlamydia can cause a uti as a secondary infection. Where exactly does it hurt when you start to urinate? If it burns and hurts when coming out its in the urethra. IF its in the back its kidneys. You really should make a follow up appt an mention the pain and that you had chlamydia. If your test came back negative the second time, its likely just a uti. Keep us posted!
Its not as common to get it from oral sex, but it is possible. You need to see a doctor because it could be a uti, but you may have been reinfected. Its very imperative that you get checked out. You can always find a different dr if you aren't comfortable with your current one.
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