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Penile discharge during bowel movement
I had protected sex with a girl On January 15th 2017.After ejaculation when I withdrawn penis outside, the condom was half slipped.head of penis was covered.after 4 days I noticed small bumps on my shaft of penis.i went to dermatologist.He told me that is molluscum contagiousum and suggested me to have blood test after six weeks for HIV, vdrl, hbsag.he also gave me azithromycine 500mg 3 tablets.he also gave me imiquad solution to apply on molluscum every alternate day.after seven weeks I tested for HIV 1 and 2 rapid test, vdrl, hbsag which came non reactive. Molluscum are shrinking after using imiquad but the problem I am facing is whenever I pass the stool there is penile discharge.
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Your HIV test is likely to be a false negative as you're checking for the HIV during the window period as it is detectable in the first 28 days after exposure and then from the 90th day onwards, so I would recommend you to do the test again. It is likely that the discharge is coming during the stools due to a urinary tract infection.You would require antibiotics and stay hydrated by aiming to drink 3 liters of water per day. If the problem persists or worsens visit the ER at the earliest.
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Hi It is normal passage of precum with stools so relax Dr Saatiish Jhuntrraa
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