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Urethritis is not associated with abnormal vaginal discharge and a penile wart of a partner. To avoid complications, the condition is treated with antibiotics depending on the bacteria that affect the urethra. They experience burning during urination and there is discharge. In women, the symptoms are similar. Male patients complain of pain during urination, register pus that comes out of the penis and reddening of the area. Urethritis is not associated with abnormal vaginal discharge and a penile wart of a partner.

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Urethritis

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Vaginal Discharge, Penile Wart

It appears due to various factors including the use of creams and lotions that lead to irritation, and infectious germs that get into urethra during a sexual intercourse or otherwise. Though men can get infected too, women tend to suffer most from this condition. Urethritis is not associated with abnormal vaginal discharge and a penile wart of a partner.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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