A few follow-up questions first:
1.) Are you having any pain with sexual intercourse or ejaculation?
2.) Is the scrotum swollen, tender, red, or warm?
Most likely, you need to see your primary physician or a urologist for urine analysis, urine culture, and urethral swab with culture. A scrotal ultrasound may help better determine if there is any fluid collection within the scrotum.
1. No, there's no pain with sexual intercourse or ejaculation.
2. No, the scrotum is not swollen, tender, red, or warm.
Is it possible that any infection within the scrotum, could be the cause of the discharge coming from my urethra?
It is unlikely that the discharge from the urethra is caused by the scrotal infection.
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