After Being Exposed To Gonorrhea?
From the information you have submitted, there is no information on the history of GO infection, the period of treatment, and the appearance of lumps on the penis. So that this information can be partially discussed.
However, a history of gonorrhea can provide a description of the risk factors that may trigger this complaint, such as risky sex, casual sex, or sex outside of marriage. So that the risk of sexually transmitted infections is a high risk in patients with sexually active activity.
If GO / gonorrhea has received treatment and recovered, in general the risk of other sexual infections will be the patient's susceptibility to exposure. Therefore, a lump around the penis may be caused by another sexually transmitted infection, such as genelital herpes. This can happen, especially if a patient with a history of risky sex is still engaging in risky sexual activity.
However, all this needs to be consulted directly by the doctor who treats you or a skin specialist. The doctor will perform an examination and determine the cause of this complaint.
Treatment and prevention are important factors in recovering your condition.
That is the information we can convey, read also sexually transmitted-diseases-PMS.