The Cause Of The Emergence Of Clear Fluid From The Penis During The Last Drop Of Urine?
I want to ask if I have a urinary tract infection or syphilis? Indications of my symptoms when urinating do not feel pain, but when I finish urinating I release a little yellowish thick liquid and feel a little pain when the fluid comes out? But the liquid does not come out and then straighten when urinating only when urinating? Is that gonorrhea? If I want to check what laboratory tests do I have to do so that I know whether I have the infection or not? thank you
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Previously I want to confirm in advance, do you have a history of having unprotected sexual intercourse before (sexual relations change partners without using a condom)?
Syphilis or gonorrhea (gonorrhea) are both sexually transmitted infections. If indeed you have a history of unprotected sexual intercourse before, then in fact your symptoms are more likely to lead to gonorrhea or gonorrhea. Syphilis at the beginning of the infection usually only gives symptoms in the form of a painless wound in the penis area. If you do not have a history of previous unsafe sexual relations, or have no history of sexual relations at all, gonorrhea may also be caused by other conditions (non-sexually transmitted infections), for example irritation or inflammation of the urethra due to the use of ingredients certain chemicals around the penis, urinary tract infections by viruses / other bacteria, prostatitis, balanitis, etc.
To find out the exact cause, you should first check with a dermatologist and genitals so that further evaluation and management can be done. If a laboratory test is needed, your doctor will provide a referral for you. Examination that will usually be recommended is a urine examination and also examination of fluid (pus) coming out of your penis. If indeed you have a history of unsafe sexual intercourse before, your doctor can also recommend conducting an examination for other sexually transmitted infections.
For now, you should avoid having sexual relations first. If later you have been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection, you must bring your sexual partner to be examined and managed so as not to cause the infection to spread the disease again.
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