Our expert says:
One of the commoner causes of urethral discharges are infections. Your partner needs to see his family doctor for a course of antibiotics. The definitive way of diagnosing the cause is by sending a sample of the discharge to the laboratory. This is usually done if there is no response to antibiotics. I would advice the use of condoms during intercourse until the discharge has cleared.
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