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Is it possible to have a penile discharge associated with a UTI? I am a male with a chronic UTI. My urinalysis shows an e. coli infection and I have a slight discharge which is opaque and more prevelant in the morning. I don't have chlamydia or gonnorhea (Gonorrhea) and am wondering what might be causing the discharge?
Thanks for writing in. UTI manifests with burning micturition, discomfort, discharge, rash etc. It could either be an STD or a routine urinary tract infection. I would suggest that you get a urine analysis with culture and STD panel done and visit a urologist for examination and further assistance on treatment.
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