Amoxicillin Dosage For Gonorrhea Infection?
Hello, I want to ask how many pills of amoxicillin to treat gonorrhea? Thank you
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It needs to be clarified first, what are the symptoms of gonorrhea that you are experiencing? Have you ever seen a doctor and diagnosed with gonorrhea? So, did the doctor prescribe the amoxicillin to you? Didn't the doctor also explain how to consume it?
Gonorrhea is the term for a disease caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae. These bacteria often infect the urethra, rectum, throat, or cervix (in women). Gonorrhea transmission occurs primarily through risky sexual activity. It could also, the baby contracted gonorrhea from the mother during the normal delivery process.
Symptoms that arise due to gonorrhea can vary. If you are a man, generally the complaints that arise are pain when urinating, discharge resembling pus from the penis, and pain or swelling in the testicles. When it comes to other organs, gonorrhea can cause other complaints too, for example:
Rectum: causes anal itching, discharge resembling pus, anus bleeds Eyes: causes eye pain, is more sensitive to light, and secretes discharge resembling pus Throat: causes sore throat or swollen lymph nodes in the neck Among the various signs above, which are The most common cause for sufferers to come and go to a health facility is a discharge such as pus from the genitals (gonorrhea). However, it should also be noted that gonorrhea can also occur due to other causes, not only gonorrhea, for example chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, syphilis, trichomoniasis, HIV / AIDS, interstitial cystitis, intra-abdominal infections, sepsis, tuberculosis, polycystic kidney disease, kidney stones, fungal infections, Kawasaki disease, side effects of drugs, and so on.
Therefore, if you have never seen a doctor, you should not make too early conclusions. Check with your doctor first so that a complete evaluation is carried out, including examination of urethral secretions if necessary. If it is true what you are experiencing is gonorrhea, then the doctor himself will determine what kind of treatment and at the right dose to deal with the complaints you are experiencing.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah