Gonorrhea can cause very serious complications if left untreated, but can be treated with the right medication. Anyone who is sexually active can get gonorrhea. Let’s take a look at what you need to know about gonorrhea treatment …
You may experience gonorrhea genorrhea by having sex with someone who has gonorrhea. An infected pregnant woman can pass the infection to her baby during delivery.
It is a very common infection, especially among young people between the ages of 15-24. Gonorrhea genorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease that can infect both men and women. It can cause infections in the genitals, rectum and throat.
Symptoms may not be present despite active gonorrhea (genorrhea) infection. Symptoms can occur anywhere from 1-14 days after exposure to the infection.
– Pain during sexual intercourse
– Yellow or green vaginal discharge
– Vulvar swelling
– Heavy menstrual periods – Bleeding
– Vomiting and abdominal or pelvic pain – Painful or frequent urination
– Sore throat, itching, difficulty swallowing or swelling neck lymph nodes
– Eye pain, sensitivity to light, and discharge from the eye that looks like pus
– Swelling, redness and pain in the joints
– Painful bowel movements
– White, yellow or green urethral discharge that resembles pus
– Swelling or redness of the head of the penis – Pain in the
testicles or scrotum
– Painful or frequent urination
– Anal discharge, itching, pain, bleeding or pain during defecation
– Itching, difficulty swallowing or swollen neck lymph nodes
– eye pain, sensitivity to light, or discharge of the eye that looks like pus
– swelling, redness and pain in the joints
Untreated gonorrhea can cause serious and lasting health problems in both men and women.
In some cases, samples can be taken from the urinary canal in men, from the cervix in women, and from the rectum and throat when necessary.
Gonorrhea can be treated with the right medication.
Although the drug can stop the infection, it cannot reverse the permanent damage caused by the disease.
Pain in the tubes to which the testicles are attached in men may rarely result in infertility.
Untreated gonorrhea in women can cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).
Untreated gonorrhea can spread to the blood and joints. This is a life-threatening condition. The person who has gonorrhea can get the disease again with unprotected intercourse.