Administration Of Injection Therapy In Patients With Gonorrhea?
I want to ask, I have gonorrhea and have been undergoing treatment by taking antibiotics for two weeks, and there has not been any reaction. Mash just came out white like coconut milk, and yesterday I was back for treatment, the doctor gave me the drug by injection in the hands and both pelvis, and oral medicine for 5 days. The drug reaction from the injection itself will show after a few days, huh? Will I fully recover? I injected the NY problem yesterday with Sora, but now it’s still whitish
Hello Rosdiana, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Gonorrhea is one of the most common types of sexually transmitted infections. Gonorrhea is caused by infection with the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae, which can be transmitted through risky sexual activity.
Standard management for the treatment of gonorrhea itself is the administration of antibiotic injections (Ceftriaxon) and combined with oral antibiotics (Azithromycin). This drinking antibiotic drug is given to treat Chlamydia infections that often accompany gonorrhea infections.
After administration of therapy, symptoms usually subside within 24 hours to several days. In 1 week usually the symptoms will disappear. After the symptoms disappear, you will usually be advised to retest in 2 weeks.
If after 1 week the symptoms still persist, then you should check with your doctor again. Some of the possible causes of persistent symptoms of gonorrhea infection:
you have re-infection (for example because of having a risky relationship again after therapy)
the bacteria that attack you have resistance to the antibiotics given
chlamydia coinfection is not treated
you have other infections besides gonorrhea (such as other bacteria, fungal infections, or parasites)
After gonorrhea therapy, it is recommended that you abstain from sex within 1 week, or use a condom during sexual intercourse to ensure you do not get reinfected. You should also suggest that your sexual partners undergo examination and therapy so that they do not become infected again.
Treatment of gonorrhea will not prevent re-infection, so to prevent re-infection, you must practice healthy sexual relations, for example by not changing partners, sexual intercourse using condoms.
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