After experiencing penile discharge I treated myself with numerous antibiotics. The major part (yellow thick puss) subsided, but a clear pre-*** like discharge remained. I had it tested in Germany and the results where Enderoccocus, no Clamydia and no GC. Got treated with Augmentin for two weeks, the discharge remained although only in the mornings and late evenings. Went to see a doctor here in Thailand and received 7 days of Tequin 400 mg and Vibramycin 100 mg. Got tested after that with first urin test as well as swap and the test came back negative. The discharge remains, not much and mostly only if I press (milk) the penis, but still.. What could it be? Or am I just overly oberservant? Is it normal to have clear/sticky liquid, or is it a prostate problem?
You have already been on a variety of antibiotics and tests for chlamydia and GC have been negative.
I would now pursue other causes - including prostatitis and epididymitis. This can be performed with a thorough digital rectal exam where prostate secretions can be expressed and cultured. Epididymitis can be evaluated with a scrotal ultrasound.
If prostatitis is the case, 4-12 weeks of antibiotics are indicated. Another consideration is a prostatic abscess, which can be evaluated with a transrectal ultrasound.
I would follow up with a urologist.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
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