Discharge Of Penile Fluid That Is Still Permanent Despite Undergoing Treatment?
Goodbye mlm, 2 weeks ago I was shocked by the discharge of white fluid from my penis indeed 1 week before that I had sex outside of marriage. Then I immediately went to Dr. Sp. Kk.dan urine test is recommended. And I did from the results of the urine test Erythrocytes / lpb 0-5 Leukocytes 20-53 Epithelial cells 0-2 Oxalate crystals, casts, bacteria, fungi, trichomonas have negative results and I was told by doctors to have urinary tract infections. And I was given antibiotics 6 tablets once a day and took 2 tablets once a day and the drug was for 3 days now the liquid came out again from my penis. . Please explain Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints about discharge from the penis that is still permanent despite undergoing treatment, can occur due to the following possibilities, including:
Inadequate medication, such as for a long time, inappropriate usage, or lack of dosage
The infecting bacteria are resistant to antibiotics
There are medical conditions other than those diagnosed
Decreased immune system
So indeed the best step you can take is to return control to the same doctor, and convey that the fluid is still out. Generally actually, when there are complaints of fluid coming out of the genitals and there is a history of risky sexual relations, the examination is done not only urine test but also taking samples for examination in the laboratory. From there, we can know the possibility of diseases such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomonas, or balanitis conditions. With your return with the same complaint, chances are your doctor will later carry out the examination. In essence, you should return when your complaint does not improve.
Meanwhile, keep your genitals clean by regularly wiping the liquid that comes out and changing your underpants if they are too dirty. Do not have sex first and in the future, do not have casual sex or risky sexual relations. Because let's say you are not infected with a disease now, not necessarily you are not infected with a disease in the future, such as HIV. So, hopefully answering your question.