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Nsu - non-specific Urethritis

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Yesterday i was diagnosed with NSU , So i got home made the misses aware and obviously told her not allowed sexual intercourse etc.. As my GUM doctor told me no sex or masterbation for 2 weeks.

Took my 4 Azithromycin tablets as told too.
And woke up this morning to my darling other half givin tuggin away.
Okay im never one to complain to wake up to an orgasm but nor did i ask the doctor why no masterbation is allowed.

No sex is the obvious one as i could catch it back (Yes she is also going to get checked out), Does anybody know as to why the no masterbation was said or has she somehow screwed up my meds
Thankyou in advance
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replied March 31st, 2010
Hi there, thank you for posting your question on Ehealthforum. This is not intended as a substitute to visiting your own doctor.

I wonder if you heard the doctor correctly.Advising against masturbation for two weeks is not part of treatment protocol for NSU as far as I'm aware. Anyway, to answer your question, no harm will have come of your resent "set back".



Dr Andrew Rynne.

www.andrewrynne.com



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