gonorrhea

  1. What is gonorrhea

    What is gonorrhea
    Gonorrhea is a commonly occurring STD, which is generally referred to as ‘the clap.’ Globally it is estimated that around 78 million new cases of gonorrhea are being diagnosed every year. Pelvic Inflammatory disease (PID) generally occurs in women if gonorrhea is left untreated, greatly affecting the fallopian tubes or the uterus. In men suffering from gonorrhea infection, complications include epididymitis which is an inflammation of the tubes that carry the sperm and in extreme cases can lead to infertility. → Continue reading
  2. Can a Kiss Give You Oral Gonorrhea?

    Can a kiss transmit Gonorrhea? “Will a simple kiss give you Gonorrhea?” a question that's bothering you so you came searching for answers. When it comes to our modern habits, this is a valid question, and you are right to be concerned. Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection/disease (STD). From the acronym STD, Gonorrhea is transmitted by having unprotected vaginal, anal or oral, sex with a person who already has the infection. Vaginal fluids and semen help spread the... → Continue reading
  3. Signs of Gonorrhea in Men, Complications and Treatment

    Gonorrhea is one of the most common sexually transmitted bacterial infection you can catch by having unprotected (not using a condom) vaginal, oral or anal sex with an infected partner. You can catch Gonorrhea if you are a sexually active young adult, regardless of gender. Men, however, have a slightly lower risk of catching the Gonorrhea than women. In terms of percentage ratio, while women have a 50% risk of contracting Gonorrhea, the risk for men is at 20... → Continue reading
  4. Oral Gonorrhea Is A Real Threat To Your Health

    Oral gonorrhea, which is also referred to as pharyngeal gonorrhea, is a sexually transmitted disease that it experienced largely among sexually active adults. This infection is occasioned by a gram-negative bacterium which spreads through body fluids and saliva. Some classes of adults still believe that the practice of oral sex is a shield against sexually transmitted disease. This is quite erroneous because oral sex can only prevent pregnancy but still expose the partners to infections just as in the... → Continue reading
  5. Here Are Some Of The Best Medicines For Treating Gonorrhea

    The knowledge that medicine exists for the cure of gonorrhea is a soothing relief for those who have been infected with it at one point or the other. What then is the use of medicine if one cannot specifically identify it or know its right usage to achieve the manufacturer’s intended result? In considering the use of medicine to use for the management of gonorrhea, recourse has to be taken to a qualified health worker. In this light, this... → Continue reading
  6. Sexually Transmitted Diseases Can Give Terrible Mouth Ulcers

    Ulcers in the mouth start off as a sore and is typically a common feature found in a person who is infected with a sexually transmitted disease like HIV, herpes simplex virus infection, syphilis, HPV or gonorrhea. Though to certain degrees other STDs can bring injury to the mouth, the aforementioned diseases give room for obvious attacks on the mouth. For instance, HIV exposes the immune system to infections and without taking antiretroviral drugs and eating healthy. The HIV... → Continue reading

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