The Penis Festered Again After The Antibiotics Ran Out?
I took the medicine that my doctor had prescribed, namely Baquinor Forte and Lapistan …. r nWithin 3 days I took the drug the pus barely came out again, after the drug ran out … 1 day later the pus came out again thick white. What really happened? R nThank you.
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Pus-like discharge from the penis in men is often the result of a urinary tract infection. One of the causes of this condition is gonorrhea, which is an infection caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae. This infection can be transmitted through unhealthy sexual activity, for example if you frequently have sex with a partner who has no clear sexual history, multiple sexual partners, and does not use condoms. Not only gonorrhea, it can also be urinary tract infections that cause discharge such as pus from the penis caused by other microorganisms, for example syphilis, genital herpes, chlamydia, mycoplasma, and so on. Not only gonorrhea, other complaints can also arise, such as itching, pain, or burning sensation in the penis, urinating a little but often, back pain, fever, chills, strong smelling urine, and so on.
In addition to urinary tract infections, complaints like what you experience can also occur due to other causes, such as urinary tract stones, balanitis, urinary fistulas, bladder cancer, drug side effects, and so on. The medicine that the doctor previously prescribed is a class of antibiotics and painkillers whose function is important to eradicate the bacteria that cause urinary tract infections while minimizing the complaints that arise. If by consuming this drug your complaints are still not getting better, it means that the handling you are getting is inadequate. It could also be, your condition occurs due to the resistance of bacteria that infect your urinary tract to the drugs given. Or, you may also experience secondary reinfection after treatment because of the risk factors that don't stop.
There are many possible triggers for your complaint. Therefore, you should check back with your doctor or specialist in skin and genitalia so that further treatment is given. If necessary, your doctor will recommend that you undergo blood, urine, or urethral secretions.
Stop unhealthy sexual activities (as mentioned above) Drink 2 to 3 liters of water a day. Keep your intimate organs clean and not moist. Do not take other drugs carelessly (except those prescribed directly by a doctor)