Left Pubic Pain After Urinating Accompanied By White Discharge?
Excuse me, want to ask. If there is pain in the left part of the genitals why, yes, usually the symptoms are after urinating, and white fluid comes out or is called madzi or wadi. Now after that I felt the pain on the left side of my genitals, the sperm channel near the testicles, I held even a little pain. That’s why, how to handle it. Thank you
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Pain in the left genitals, especially after urinating, accompanied by discharge resembling vaginal discharge from the genitals may be a sign of urinary tract infection. There are infections that occur related to risky sexual activities, some are not. One of the most common types of infections that cause this complaint is gonorrhea.
Gonorrhea itself is a type of sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhea. This disease needs to be watched out to occur in people who have had sexual relations with a partner whose sexual history is unclear without using safety. Frequently, gonorrhea infection affects the urinary tract. Although this infection can also attack other organs, such as the anus, conjunctiva, throat, and so on. Not only pain in the genitals and discharge from vaginal discharge, gonorrhea sufferers can also experience other complaints, such as low back pain, plaque, fever, muscle aches and joints, and so on.
Not only gonorrhea, various types of other microorganisms can also cause urinary tract infections, for example syphilis, shingles, chlamydia, trichomonas, adenoviruses, cytomegalovirus, and so on. It could also, your condition is actually not caused by infection, but urinary tract stones, varicoceles, spermatocele, hydrocele, orchitis, testicular cancer, or other diseases.
You can check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in urology surgery for a deeper evaluation. The examination of urethral secretions, ultrasound, or some other supporting tests can be done by the doctor so that it is clear what kind of treatment is appropriate to do.
At this time, so that complaints improve, you can take the drug paracetamol first as a pain reliever. Drink more, especially water, and don't make it a habit of holding back your urge to urinate. Avoid all forms of risky sexual activity, including having sex with commercial sex workers or changing sexual partners.
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