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Gram Stain Of Urethral Discharge
Swollen urethra and vagina after sex. Burning sensation while I use the restroom, no odor nor discharge. Std? Uti? Reaction to condom?
See answer: Such symptoms could be caused by any of the above: UTI (usually burning with urination, urgency, frequency); std (gc, chlamydia most common), vaginitis (though usually associated with a discharge), or allergy to a contraceptive, spermicide, or lubricant. If symptoms occur right after sex within hours, allergy or trauma related to vigorous/prolonged sex most likely. If symptoms persist, see your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urethral discharge is the abnormal appearance of fluid from the urethra, primarily due to infection. The fluid may be thin (serous) or thick (mucopurulent), depending on the type and severity of inflammation or infection. It is commonly associated with stds such as gonorrhea or chalmydia, or utis where the bladder urine or prostate are infected. It is usually accompanied ...Read more
Fluid from urethra.: Urethral discharge is the abnormal appearance of fluid from the urethra, primarily due to infection. The fluid may be thin (serous) or thick (mucopurulent), depending on the type and severity of inflammation or infection. It is commonly associated with stds such as gonorrhea or chalmydia, or utis where the bladder urine or prostate are infected. It is usually accompanied by pain and burning. ...Read more
Depends: If we're dealing with an infection, then antibiotics would be appropriate. Other entities like diverticula may require surgical intervention. Best to hook up with a urologist. ...Read more
I am experiencing urethral discharge and penis pain. The following also describes me: Pain with urination. What should I do? Is it possible if having these symptoms and it be unrelated to sex
See a doc: You need a formal evaluation, an urethral discharge in a 20 year old male definitely warrants STD check up. A lot of young adults are asymptomatic; risks are for gonorrhoea and chlamydia. It is in my opinion more important to find out what you have and help you get better. For that you will need to be seen and they will need to run some tests on the discharge or urine most likely; be safe. -Peace. ...Read more
Painful caruncle with a urethral discharge I have been using estrace (estradiol) but i don't feel any better. Should i be concern that this is ca.? Mgus diagnosis too.
I am experiencing urethral discharge and urethral itchiness. Started after I jelqued a little hard (I bled a little). I figured I hurt my urethra. What can i or dr do to treat that? can symtoms of urethral injury Be similar to UTI, STD etc??
Here are some...: To logically figure out what might have happened to you requires a lot joint work between you & doctor. However, it is not that hard to get these done correctly for right diagnosis & care by following suggestion in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. More? Welcome to contact me at www.Healthtap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to log in for appointments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing abnormal vaginal discharge (quality: itchiness) , genital sores, vaginal blister, urethral discharge and back pain (side: lower)...
Many causes: Vaginal discharge requires an examination to determine the cause and treatment. Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause and often has a vaginal odor. Vaginal itching can be a sign of a yeast infection. Sometimes vaginal discharge can be a sign of a sexual transmitted infection. Sores can indicate herpes. Testing is important to determine the treatment and keep you and your partner safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The two major families of common bacteria are distinguished by the chemistry of their walls, specifically the ability of iodine to mordant their staining with crystal violet and prevent its being removed with strong solvent. Gram positives include staph and strep, while gram negatives include e. Coli. The stain has been in use for around 150 years and remains the ...Read more
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more