Gonorrhoea is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacterium called Neisseria gonorrhoeae, that infects the genital tract of both men and women. As these bacteria grow and multiply in the mucous membrane of the body, they can be seen in the warm and moist areas of the reproductive tract, cervix, uterus and Fallopian tubes in women. They can be tracked even in mouth, throat, urethra and anus of an infected person. If left untreated, gonorrhoea can have serious health consequences.
In men, gonorrhoea bacteria usually infect the urethra (urinary tube), just inside the opening at the tip of the penis. About 1 to 14 days after infection, most men develop a burning sensation when urinating, accompanied by a discharge from the penis. The discharge may at first be watery, but it soon becomes thick, and yellowish. Some men experience no symptoms.
In women, the infection usually starts in the cervix (neck of the uterus) inside the vagina. Symptoms include discharge from the vagina and painful urination. These symptoms may be mild, and they frequently go unnoticed. Without prompt treatment, the bacteria may spread through the uterus to the fallopian tubes, causing pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). This condition may lead to sterility or even death.
Babies born to women with gonorrhoea may become infected during the birth process. In most such cases, the bacteria infect the infant’s eyes. If not treated promptly, the infant may become blind. Individuals may reduce their risk of infection with gonorrhoea by using condoms or other protective measures during sexual activity.
Causes & Prevention
Gonorrhoea is transmitted by the intimate contact like intercourse, oral sex or anal sex with high risk individuals. Anyone who has unprotected sex is at a risk of contracting such diseases. It is better to avoid multiple sex partners and stay back to a safer sex life.
Early diagnosis and treatment can kill the organism that causes these diseases and stop the progression of the disease. Left untreated, the disease can lead to serious complications or even death. Even if the symptoms persist or disappear, it is better and safe to seek medical advice at the earliest.
When to seek medical advice
Its safer to seek medical advice at the very starting appearance of the symptoms. However, in some cases there will not be an explicit symptom.
Common symptoms may include:
A sore on the genitals accompanied by rash, throat infection (caused by oral sex), anal infection (caused by anal sex), arthritis, conjunctivitis in adults and children.
Symptoms in men:
- Burning sensation and swollen glands in throat due to oral sex.
- Painful and swollen testicles.
- Discharge from penis.
- Burning sensation when urinating.
Symptoms in women
- Vaginal discharge.
- Pain in lower area of abdomen.
- Swelling on the vulva.
- Burning sensation while urinating.
- After intercourse there can be blood stains.
- In between menstrual periods, bleeding can happen.
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