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Urethritis is an inflammation of the urethra that manifest through the painful and often difficult urination.


Diagnosis is made through cotton swab inserted in the urethra and examined the smeared cotton swab under the microscope.


Treatment includes administration of clotrimazole, doxcycline, fluconazole, nitrofurantoin and nystatin.

Symptoms and Signs

Symptoms includes discharge of a milky or pus like in the penis, burning sensation during urination, itching and irritation.


It is said to be caused adenovirus, chalmydia trachomatis, escherichia coli, herpes, mycoplasma genitalium, trichomonas and Neisseria gonorrhea.

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