You Have Gonorrhea?

How I can tell if I have gonorrhea?
If you're a woman: You may not suspect you have gonorrhea at first. The early symptoms are frequently not pronounced, and most woman with gonorrhea never develop any early symptoms. A few days after exposure, you may notice a mild burning sensation in the genital region and perhaps a vaginal discharge. Occassionally the individual develop severe pain in just one joint. Later, after the disease spreads from the vagina up through the uterus and into the Fallopian tubes and ovaries, you may have pain and fever. These may be severe, or they may be so mild that you think they're due to a stomach upset.

Sometimes a woman does not suspect she has gonorrhea until a man report that he contracted the infection from her. If you suspect you've been exposed to gonorrhea or if you have a vaginal discharge of any sort, you should see a physician promptly. The physician will be able to examine the vaginal deischarge microscopically and confirm the diagnosis.

If you are a man. The early symptoms of gonorrhea are more evident in men, although some men who have the disease have no early symptoms. About three to eight days after exposure, men notice a sharp, burning pain during urination. At about the same time, pus begins oozing from the penis, which causes many men to seek treatment.


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