Thanks for the reply.This does not seem like Gonorrhea. The classic symptoms in men are burning urination, fever, increase in the frequency of urination. The discharge is yellow, white or green and is thick but not smelly and swollen and painful testis. Women mostly are asymptomatic or have a similar discharge with pelvic pain. There should be a strong positive history of having unprotected sexual intercourse with someone who is infected or whose infection status is unknown. This might be a fungal infection and I suggest that you have a STD screening test done just ot be sure so that the appropriate anti fungals or if required, antibiotics are prescribed. Hope this helps.Please do leave a positive rating for the service.If you have more queries, reply back.Best.
Vaginal thrush isn't an STI, but it can sometimes be passed on to men during sex. This means that if you have thrush, it's best to avoid having sex until you've completed a course of treatment and the infection has cleared up. Thrush can also be triggered by sex, and this is more likely if you have trouble relaxing and producing lubrication during intercourse.
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