Gonorrhea Profile

Gonorrhea Profile

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Sexually active men and women can get gonorrhea.
Most of the times people infected with 
gonorrhea don't show symptoms, so to know when to seek medical advice and treatment can be difficult
When symptoms occur, they are often within 2 to 10 days after
exposure, but may take 30 days to develop.

  1. Greenish yellow or whitish discharge from the vagina (in females) & penis  (in males)
  2. Swelling of the vulva (vulvitis) in females & painful and swollen testicles in males
  3. Burning while passing urine
  4. Conjunctivitis (redness, itchiness in eyes)
  5. Lower abdominal or pelvic pain in females
  6. Bleeding between periods in females
  7. Spotting after intercourse in females
  8. Burning in the throat (due to oral sex)
  9. Swollen glands in the throat (due to oral sex)
If left untreated may cause infertility, endocarditis or meningitis. In males, the symptoms may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure to infection. In some females, symptoms are of such a mild degree that they might go unnoticed. Many women affected with gonorrheal discharge think they have a fungal or yeast infection and many a time try to self-treat them.
Currently available only in Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Coimbatore and Bhubaneswar.



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8 in 10 experience no symptoms

80% of some STIs can remain symptomless for years, causing long term, irreparable damage.

STIs can cause infertility in men and women

Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea can cause long terms consequences such as pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy and infertility.

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STIs can remain undetected for years and you may have passed one onto a new or recent partner.





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