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#1 LL Cool Dave

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Posted 02 September 2015 - 02:21 AM

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Don't know if anyone has had this, but it's fairly painful. Pissing a cloudy stinging pee through an inflamed tract. Got it from pre condom foreplay in the night probably, e-coli gets in and a week later a big problem that needs anti-biotics. :(

Edited by Davelovetrans, 02 September 2015 - 02:21 AM.


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Posted 02 September 2015 - 03:00 AM

yep, been their, done that, got it. sure it was from a blow job off of a girl in a massage parlour in soi honey a good few years ago. same symptoms as you describe cloudy pee and stinging, also pissing more frequently.

 

a trip to the memorial hospital (off of pattaya klang) sorted it out. after tests that involved a swab, pee in bottle, sample of blood. was hooked up to an I V drip this is a more direct and quicker way to administer the anti biotic to clear the infection up. think the medical term is.... non specific urethritis or N.S.U which I thougt stood for no sodding use. which my cock was for about a week. was also given pills to take and under orders not to drink alcohol just drink plenty of water to flush your system out. must admit its a good way to save money. so the 100 odd quid that it cost me to get it fixed I would of spent on booze. must admit I quite rate this hospital have had the misfortune to use it a few times but always sorted me out.

 

pleased to say after that normal service was resumed, and touch wood have had nothing like that since nor do I want to.

 

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Posted 02 September 2015 - 03:08 AM

"Urethritis": Nothing special... so to say, standard procedure when mongering. Got it from GGs as well as LBs.

Mostly of the Chlamydia type.As I never bareback, but like BBBJ, from mouth to dick transmission.

E-coli points to cock to ass play. E-coli can get verrrry nasty... Is E-coli your assumption or diagnosed by a lab test?

NO DIY treatment, better to go to a good clinic, let them take sample to find out the type, and fight it immediately.

(That said, Gonorrhoea symptoms are often quite similar from a layman's point of view and you can get it also from bbbj).

Edited by insearchofxxx, 02 September 2015 - 03:15 AM.


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Posted 02 September 2015 - 03:25 AM

Go to pharmacy and they will give you the right stuff to kill.   Keflex is very good as is wide spectrum germ killer.



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Posted 02 September 2015 - 03:36 AM

well I never, :blink: have had it for 6 weeks!!! :ph34r: three different courses of anti-bi,s and the thing still not cleared up :Thumbs Down:swollen bollock too with it. have had a full check up too at the STD clinic as I was panicking :Phew:all clear on everything thx feck B), however this shit is taken forever to clear up :angry: back in LOS next week may hit one of the hospitals or clinics to get it sorted IV style :Reading:Thanks guys for ur in-put and for DLT for starting this thread off... Regards Garry :ph34r:



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Posted 02 September 2015 - 03:44 AM

well I never, :blink: have had it for 6 weeks!!! :ph34r: three different courses of anti-bi,s and the thing still not cleared up :Thumbs Down:swollen bollock too with it. have had a full check up too at the STD clinic as I was panicking :Phew:all clear on everything thx feck B), however this shit is taken forever to clear up :angry: back in LOS next week may hit one of the hospitals or clinics to get it sorted IV style :Reading:Thanks guys for ur in-put and for DLT for starting this thread off... Regards Garry :ph34r:

Curious to know what biotics did not work and dosage?



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Posted 02 September 2015 - 03:59 AM

The cephalosporins include cefotaxime (Claforan), cephalexin (Keflex, Keftabs), cefaclor (Ceclor), cefoxitin (Mefoxin), ceftazidime (Ceptaz), cefixime (Suprax), and many other antibiotics. Because of increasing resistance to the fluoroquinolones, the use of cephalosporins in the treatment of gonorrhea has already been recommended by the CDC in previous years for certain groups of individuals (those who acquired their infection in Asia, the Pacific Islands, or California, as well as in men who have sex with men.



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Posted 02 September 2015 - 08:28 PM

Go to pharmacy and they will give you the right stuff to kill.   Keflex is very good as is wide spectrum germ killer.


Yes, that's the antibiotics I am on, awaiting the texts results to confirm what caused it, feeling a lot better.

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Posted 02 September 2015 - 11:31 PM

well I never, :blink: have had it for 6 weeks!!! :ph34r: three different courses of anti-bi,s and the thing still not cleared up :Thumbs Down:swollen bollock too with it. have had a full check up too at the STD clinic as I was panicking :Phew:all clear on everything thx feck B), however this shit is taken forever to clear up :angry: back in LOS next week may hit one of the hospitals or clinics to get it sorted IV style :Reading:Thanks guys for ur in-put and for DLT for starting this thread off... Regards Garry :ph34r:


Had this last year. Two weeks after returning from bkk. The swollen bollock became so bad I ended up in emergency. The tablets they gave me didn't work. Tried Sydney hospital sex health clinic (brilliant service) and that course didn't work. Ended up on doxycycline - two tablets a day for two weeks. It kills everything but is photosensitive so you have to stay out of the sun. I work outdoors. It was summer. In Australia. I've never felt so fucking rough but was back in LoS end of April chasing Lb's.

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 01:09 AM

The cephalosporins include cefotaxime (Claforan), cephalexin (Keflex, Keftabs), cefaclor (Ceclor), cefoxitin (Mefoxin), ceftazidime (Ceptaz), cefixime (Suprax), and many other antibiotics. Because of increasing resistance to the fluoroquinolones, the use of cephalosporins in the treatment of gonorrhea has already been recommended by the CDC in previous years for certain groups of individuals (those who acquired their infection in Asia, the Pacific Islands, or California, as well as in men who have sex with men.

 

More cut and paste false information from the flying amateur doctor squad. Same as the PA board.

 

ONE cephalosporin is the drug of choice for Gonorrhea. Not all. And ironically ,it is not one of those listed in the quoted text above.  I can imagine people guessing wrongly as they self prescribe. Good luck getting it right, assuming you can diagnose Gonorrhea correctly which is not always easy to do. 

 

Fluoroquinolones have not been even generally thought of as effective against Gonorrhea for years so God knows how old this quote is and from where.

 

Here's the advice gents: if you have pain in the wiener, see a doctor, not a web board consultation. A culture can get the right antibiotic in hand for the painful pisser.

 

No idea as to post #2 what "mostly of the Chlamydia type" even means . There's one Chlamydia. It is almost always asymptomatic for men. So it is not likely to be the cause of urethritis. Points, however for at least saying you should see a doctor.

 

PS if you have a urinal tract (per the subject line) infection call a plumber. Urinary tract, see a doctor. 


Edited by grandy, 03 September 2015 - 01:11 AM.

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 01:20 AM

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No idea as to post #2 what "mostly of the Chlamydia type" even means . There's one Chlamydia. It is almost always asymptomatic for men. So it is not likely to be the cause of urethritis. Points, however for at least saying you should see a doctor.

PS if you have a urinal tract (per the subject line) infection call a plumber. Urinary tract, see a doctor.

Well...

First of all, doctors tend to diagnose Urethritis, so they don't have to openly diagnose a STD. (Well known example: during the Vietnam War, most soldiers were diagnosed with Urethritis, not Gonorrhea ).

Second: following bugs are categorized for causing Urethritis:
E. Coli
Chlamydia
Gonococcus
Trichomonas
Herpes simplex

Third: Chlamydia is the most diagnosed STD in the USA.

Fourth: the prevalence of Chlamydia is reported to be 0.7% among females and one third of that for males in USA. Still a pretty high number for males

Fifth: it's exactly the opposite, of what you stated, Chlamydia is often asymptomatic for females, but not for males. One of the reasons, why one catch it easily with casual sex, getting a BJ, the GGs just don't know.

SIXTH: old geezer, that I am, I know pretty well, what I am talking about, I caught Chlamydia 7 times during my lifetime, one of it a severe case, responding only on the 3rd antibiotics combination.
And I can tell you, it feels far different than asymptomatic!!!

Edited by insearchofxxx, 03 September 2015 - 02:23 AM.

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 01:51 AM

Thought I had a UTI after my most recent trip, a bit paranoid, no real burn but didn’t feel 100% either when peeing.

Doc said slightly elevated white blood cells, and based on my explanation (casual sex) went for full STD test as well as a batch of Cipro
https://en.m.wikiped...i/Ciprofloxacin

All good after that.

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 01:56 AM

The cephalosporins include cefotaxime (Claforan), cephalexin (Keflex, Keftabs), cefaclor (Ceclor), cefoxitin (Mefoxin), ceftazidime (Ceptaz), cefixime (Suprax), and many other antibiotics. Because of increasing resistance to the fluoroquinolones, the use of cephalosporins in the treatment of gonorrhea has already been recommended by the CDC in previous years for certain groups of individuals (those who acquired their infection in Asia, the Pacific Islands, or California, as well as in men who have sex with men.

 

More cut and paste false information from the flying amateur doctor squad. Same as the PA board.

 

ONE cephalosporin is the drug of choice for Gonorrhea. Not all. And ironically ,it is not one of those listed in the quoted text above.  I can imagine people guessing wrongly as they self prescribe. Good luck getting it right, assuming you can diagnose Gonorrhea correctly which is not always easy to do. 

 

Fluoroquinolones have not been even generally thought of as effective against Gonorrhea for years so God knows how old this quote is and from where.

 

Here's the advice gents: if you have pain in the wiener, see a doctor, not a web board consultation. A culture can get the right antibiotic in hand for the painful pisser.

 

No idea as to post #2 what "mostly of the Chlamydia type" even means . There's one Chlamydia. It is almost always asymptomatic for men. So it is not likely to be the cause of urethritis. Points, however for at least saying you should see a doctor.

 

PS if you have a urinal tract (per the subject line) infection call a plumber. Urinary tract, see a doctor. 

Take the time to read about fluoroquinolones  as you misquoted.

 

I have no problem when in Pattaya to self medicate with Keflex before going to see a Doctor cause it only takes a day or two to know if it is working and because it is .... NOT ....  Life threatening.

Hell I even self medicate with Amoxicillin in Pattaya when my lungs get infected  ...  cause i know that it will work from prior usage.

 

I have discussed it with my different GPs over the years when I get back home with no negative comments  ...  my recent Doctor even laughed saying that to get Meds in Pattaya without requiring a Script would put Specialists out of work back in Australia.

 

 

But of course you are right that there are times that you should go to a Doctor  ...  but I am not one to Panic.   And there are times that my Doctor should not think that he is a qualified electrician, then he would not have got.    :Electric Shock:       And that was Life threatening.     ;)     But he still does his own electrical work about the house without getting an Electrician.   :rolleyes:

 

Edit  ....  I have never had Cultures taken from my penis.    Just the same story from the Doctors that if it does not clear up with this medication see me again next week.  So on hindsight my self medicating response is quicker.


Edited by LWFM, 03 September 2015 - 02:05 AM.


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Posted 03 September 2015 - 02:11 AM

The china man at my corner store died last year from a simple urinary track infection. How is that possible? He was been treated by a homeopath.

Shame. Nice funny guy in his fifties.   



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Posted 03 September 2015 - 02:25 AM

The china man at my corner store died last year from a simple urinary track infection. How is that possible? He was been treated by a homeopath.
Shame. Nice funny guy in his fifties.


Astro, If a UTI is let continue it can get into the bladder and kidneys and result in renal failure and then death. Nothing to panic about if you go see GP who can get an accurate diagnosis , ultrasounds to check it has not spread etc, not a homeopath quack. Cheers

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 02:26 AM

The china man at my corner store died last year from a simple urinary track infection. How is that possible? He was been treated by a homeopath.

Shame. Nice funny guy in his fifties.   

RIP     To add injury to insult a Doctor would have been cheaper then the Homeopath.  



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Posted 03 September 2015 - 03:14 AM

Always piss immediately after sex, flush anything out of the urinary tract before it takes hold, I would also shower immediately too just to thoroughly wash the opening of your penis to remove any bacteria..
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Posted 03 September 2015 - 03:46 AM

I always take a dose of zithromax after my bkk trips just in case to wipe out any chlamidiya and/or UTI.

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 03:57 AM

I always take a dose of zithromax after my bkk trips just in case to wipe out any chlamidiya and/or UTI.


Good idea to train the bugs and improve their antibiotics resistance!

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 04:23 AM

Hehehehe, then when you really need antibiotics and they don't work, your fucked


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