Non-STD Causes of Penile Discharge. Penile discharge is any substance that comes out of the penis that’s neither urine nor semen. While penile discharge is a common symptom of many sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including gonorrhea and chlamydia, other things can cause it as.
Penile discharge may be watery (clear) or cloudy (containing pus). The discharge may also be bloody. Urinary tract infection (UTI) or a sexually transmitted.
Definition Symptoms/Signs What Causes It? Unexplained penile discharge is usually a result of urethritis, that is, inflammation of the urethra. Other symptoms can include itching, tenderness, or swelling in the penis, pain with sexual intercourse, or blood in the urine or semen.
A UTI is an infection that happens along your urinary tract or in the if they have gonorrhea, and men may get discharge from the penis.