The Urine Test Results Are Normal But The Penis Secretes Pus?
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Pus discharge from the penis can be caused by various health conditions, such as sexually transmitted diseases (including chlamydia, gonorrhea, and genital herpes), inflammation of the penis head (balanitis), and urinary tract infections. If you have a urinary tract infection and have been treated completely but you are still removing pus from the penis, you may have other diseases besides urinary tract infections. Your urine test results will be normal if your urinary tract infection has been resolved. However, you need to be examined further to find out if you experience other diseases, both sexually transmitted diseases and balanitis, as I have mentioned before. Sexually transmitted diseases often occur in patients who frequently change sexual partners or often have high-risk sexual relations (such as anal intercourse). Balanitis often occurs in patients who are not circumcised or circumcised.
You should immediately see a urologist for further examination. In addition to asking for your complaint in more detail, the urologist will also ask for your medication history and sexual history. You should bring a medicine package that you previously took or request a referral letter from a doctor who previously treated you. Urologists usually want to know what antibiotics you have taken before. The urologist will then examine your penis directly. If necessary, a swab sample will be taken from your penis to be examined in a laboratory. The urologist will explain the results of the examination and discuss with you about the treatment you should undergo.
To avoid the same thing, avoid changing sexual partners. You should be loyal to only one sexual partner. If you are indeed positive for a sexually transmitted disease, your sexual partner also needs to be examined so as not to re-infect you after you recover. You also need to always maintain the cleanliness of your penis. Avoid cigarettes and alcohol because it can increase the risk of infection. After getting medicine from a doctor, make sure you take the medicine according to instructions. Take out antibiotics even though your symptoms have improved and do not forget to control back to the doctor.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.