Chances Of Contracting Gonorrhea After Intercourse?
I am key aged 23 years and already married, why has my husband had 2 times gonorrhea after several times having a husband and wife relationship with me. During my husband’s treatment the doctor said if it had a virus from me but I had done a Pap smear check and the results were written (inflammation non specific) and the second time, after a few months, my husband’s doctor said the same, but during my doctor’s examination, he only gave drugs that were inserted into my vagina, so my question is whether I have a serious virus and how to deal with it?
From the information you have conveyed, there are complaints of transmission of infection from the vagina to the penis after intercourse, so both individuals must take care and medication until they recover.
If one is still in the treatment period, and is having intercourse, then this is at risk of causing this complaint to recur. If it recurs, complaints of this infection will continue to cause vaginal discharge or gonorrhea.
Therefore, discuss with your husband regarding this condition, so that you and your husband can undergo complete treatment.
If the Papsmear examination results show an inflammatory process, in general, this condition is not at high risk, unless the inflammation is not treated and there is no prevention in the future.
Regarding the Pap smear results, you can do a repeat check every 6 months or 12 months or as directed by your doctor. Also, consider getting an injection of the HPV vaccine.
That is the information we can convey, also read vaginitis.