Urethral Discharge

Definition of Urethral Discharge:

A discharge from the urethra (the narrow tube that transports urine from the bladder to the outside of the body) that may be a cloudy, yellow-green mucous, white (like 'cottage cheese'), either watery or thick, odorless or malodorous.

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Gonorrhea

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Herpes Simplex Type II

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