ok, so i posted last month i think ago about how i think i ahd a fungal infection. well, it started to clear up when using the anti fungal stuff, but i lost the cream, and therefore the treatment discontinued so it started getting the symptons again. i just havent had time to go get the cream yet, i didnt think it was a big deal, but i just had a scare. I masturbated and after doing so, this glob of really thick, clear, mucously looking stuff came out of my head. Maybe its just semen, but i have never seen it before, and from it seems like, it supposedly sounds like clamydia....the only thing is that ive never had vaginal sex....i have had one girlfriend, and she gave me oral sex about 2 months before the symptons showing up, but she claims to not have cheated on me, and even if she had, we never had vaginal sex...is it possible that i have clamydia/ghonnerea? or was that just weirdish looking semen?
sorry, this was past the edit time, so i ahd to reply, but could this stuff also just be normal secretion post ejacualtion? like that whole term, "cleaning out the pipes?" if that makes sense?
Allowing the infection to come back is not good, because if it comes back it may have developed some resistance to the treatment. That's why it's important to keep up the treatment for at least a week after all symptoms have cleared.
The glob of stuff could be cum left in the pipes, or it could be pus indicating infection of the urethra (not necessarily by gonorrhoea or chlamydia). Usually if the urethra is infected urination is painful, but not always. The only way to be sure is to get a swab taken by a doctor or STD clinic.
I would suggest you go back on the cream and take it more seriously this time. However, if you continue to get a discharge you'll need to see a doctor - a cream won't treat a urethral infection.
Owie, now I'm not gonna think about Q-Tips ever again, lol.OP:Go to an std clinic, usually your school, high- or college, will probably have info for such things, or something I learned, at a presentation we had from an organization, she was saying that usually court houses have clinics? Weird, right? But that's what she said. Schools usually have phone numbers too, of places that you can call. Or the good ol' reliable, back in the days solution, use GOOGLE!! Bwahhahah, or the phone book. >>Sorry if it seems like i'm over wording a bit, I don't mean too.