The Tip Of The Penis Secretes Fluid. Are The Symptoms Of Chlamydia?
My friend, there is a man whose tip of his penis likes to discharge (I don’t know the color). He is worried that he will catch chlamydia, but he has never had sex, but he often masturbates. Is it true that chlamydia? R nContinue also I want to ask whether masturbation can cause a disease “dangerous?
Hello, thank you for your question.
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacterial infection with Chlamydia trachomatis. This disease can be transmitted to men and women. Men develop chlamydial infections in the urethra (urinary tract in the penis), rectum, or throat.
Chlamydia is transmitted through sexual contact, be it vaginal, oral sex, or anal sex. Women can also pass chlamydia to the babies they are carrying during normal labor.
The symptoms of chlamydia in men include:
Discharge through the opening of the penis. Burning pain sensation when urinating. Burning or itching pain in the opening of the penis. Pain and swelling in both testicles. Masturbation generally does not cause dangerous diseases when done in a safe manner. Male masturbation also does not cause sexually transmitted diseases. However, some of the bad effects of masturbation can occur such as skin irritation, injury to the penis, addiction to masturbation, and difficulty having sex with a partner.
If indeed your friend has never had sexual relations, chlamydia can still be transmitted through the use of sex toys together. Another possibility, the fluid is not a sign of infection, but pre-ejaculatory fluid which is released through the tip of the penis during sexual stimulation.
Of course, to ascertain with certainty the cause of the condition that your friend is experiencing requires an immediate examination by a doctor. The doctor may need investigations such as blood tests, urine tests, mucus tests, or other investigations as indicated.
That's the information I can convey, hopefully it's useful.