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spermatorrhoea or chlamydia

I recently found out that a sympton of chlamydia is a discharge of white milky substance. For years I have occasionally noticed a white milky substance (possibly a little clearer than sperm) that drips out of my penis after I urinate. I never really knew what it was and didn't think it was a big deal till I found out it is a similar sympton of chlamydia. I don't have any penis irritation or pain. I read somewhere that spermatorrhoea has similar symptoms to what I described but don't really know what it is.

Can someone please give me some medical advice? Should I go first thing tomorrow to get checked out for Chlamydia or could it be less severe than I am making it?

  Thatguy100 on 2006-09-20
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please try the Acid Phos 30C three times in a day and rport me after a week
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
well, the discharge (of what appears to be sperm) after urinating happens very infrequently. For example, it has probably been about at least two to three weeks since I have noticed it happening. Do you still think I should take the Acid Phos 30C?
Thatguy100 last decade
i m suffering from spermatorrhoea since 1 year
due to excessive masturbation
please give me some advice
sidhu last decade
i have tried acid phos for 15 days but not benefitted
sidhu last decade

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