I have had a burning sensation under the tip of my penis for the last few days and it burn very little when I pee. Not painful though. I now notice a very small amount of milky grey/white liquid discharge from the tip when I squeeze the tip. What is the problem and what should I do?
Hello how are you?
A complete clinical evaluation is very important for correct clinical diagnosis. White discharge from tip of penis could be due to any infection. Urethritis, Chlamydia, acute prostatitis, Gonorrhoea, non-specific urethritis, infection under the foreskin can all lead to this discharge. You will need testing through urethral swab tests and urine analysis. If you have any sexually transmitted disease your doctor may seek information about any partners you had sexual contact with in the past six months, as they may also need to get tested. Treatment will be specific based on the underlying cause.
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