Hello, I have been having bizarre symptoms over the past year. I started waking up with a slight, mucous like discharge from my penis, that was slowly accompanied by testicular pain. Immediately assuming it was an STD, I went to my doctor to get treated. All The STD tests came back negative, but he prescribed me some antibiotics and it went away.
Two months later, the symptoms came back. My doctor, thinking I initally tested falsely negative, assumed it was a reinfection, retested me, gave me the same antibiotics, and sent me on my away. Again the symptoms went away, and all the STD tests came back negative a second time.
Another two months later, the symptoms came back and my doctor immediately sent me to a urologist. He had no idea what to do and sent me to an infectious disease specialist. The infectious disease spcialist tested me again for STDs with no avail, and sent me to a different urologist. This urologist told me that its not an external infection causing it, so just to give it some time and hopefully it will go away.
Oddly enough, 2 days after my appointment the symptoms went away. Until about 1-2 months later. I decided to wait it out a second time, but now the symptoms have stuck around for 6 months (though the testicular pain has not come back). Also, about a month ago, I noticed a change in the consistency of my semen. It is now clear and watery.
I know that whatever I have is not communicable because I have not passed it on to my partner. The doctors examined my prostate with an ultrasound and said it looks normal. This is a complete mystery.
Has this or something similar happened to anyone?View Thread
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