My husband has been having some pain/discomfort AFTER urination, and thick, green discharge. He says the discomfort feels like the urethra is closing down on something...it's not a burning, almost like there's something inside his urethra. He went to a clinic for STI testing, and they gave him meds for chlamydia while they were waiting for the test results. He had a reaction to the meds, and when he called them back they told him that the urine test for chlamydia and gonnorhea was negative, and they were just waiting for the results of the swab...but that he should discontinue the meds. We're a bit concerned because I worked in women's health/STD care for a bit and the only thing I can think of matching the discharge is gonnorhea. My research online has the same results. He's freaking out thinking it's herpes, but I've never heard of discharge with herpes. In addition, he said the discharge cleared up in the couple days he was taking the meds. I'm really starting to worry that the clinic missed something in the testing, or that something else is wrong all-together. Of course, I've been tested...but I have no symptoms, so they're not testing for gonnorhea right of the bat. And the other woman involved claims to have not gotten her results yet after over a week, even though she's symptomatic. Anyone have any suggestions?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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