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STD confusion, can someone explain this?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 1, 2010
  • 07:38 PM

Ok, after doing my own research, the best conclusion I came to was that I have either Gonorrhea or Chlamydia. This is based on the symptoms I currently have of either bacterial infection which is Green, pus-like discharge from the Urethra and a slight burning sensation during urination.

What I'm confused about is, I went to my family doctor and I got tested for everything and the results came back negative across the board. I got tested over a month after having sex and I've never had these symptoms before that, ever.

I have no clue what's going on, does anyone know if something else could be causing this or the lab technician that tested my swabs/blood/urine made a mistake?

Thanks in advance.

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  • I find it hard to believe NOBODY else has not experienced this issue.I still get Green coloured, pus-like discharges when I wake up in the morning, but only tiny amounts of clear discharges during the day and it does burn slightly when I urinate. The only other thing I noticed is that the skin on ym scrotum is a bit more wrinkly than I remember it and the colour of the skin got lighter somewhat. I tested negative for all STDs and my family doctor said the chances that the tests were a false negative are very slim.What else could it be? These are the only signs/symptoms I have. I'm in my mid 20's and I've never had this problem in my life; this problem only just started after I had sex with my ex-girlfriend a couple months back. There has to be a connection.
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    • September 5, 2010
    • 00:42 AM
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