Gonorrhea Genital Disease (gonorrhea)?
Hello nI am 25 years old, I want to tell you my complaint, on Sunday I had intercourse, then on Tuesday night, pus-like spots appeared on my underwear, on Thursday I checked with the doctor and found that I was convicted of a sexually transmitted disease (PMS) , which I asked: n1. How long does it take to heal this disease? N2. What additional effects were caused after recovering from this disease? N3. How long can I have sex again after receiving treatment? N4. Can this disease be transmitted when I have been diagnosed with gonorrhea? N nThank you
Gonorrhea or gonorrhea is a disease caused by infection with Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria which is usually transmitted through sexual contact. Babies can also get gonorrhea if the mother who is carrying them has gonorrhea and usually the baby will be exposed to gonorrhea infection in the eye. Gonorrhea is usually more detected in men, where 2-7 days after sexual intercourse with gonorrhea sufferers, a person will complain of swelling of the penis accompanied by thick mucus discharge from the mouth of the penis. Those who are suffering from gonorrhea when having sexual intercourse can infect their partners, so that in married couples, both must be treated thoroughly. Gonorrhea recovery usually takes up to at least a week from the start of treatment, and during this time it is best not to have sexual intercourse to give the body a chance to recover. The recovery may take longer depending on the body's response to the drug, and whether the infection is widespread. In addition, resistance to drugs where the drug is no longer effective to cure gonorrhea, because people have been repeatedly exposed to gonorrhea, can also inhibit healing. After gonorrhea healing, there are generally no significant additional effects. However, we recommend that you carry out routine control at the doctor and ask clearly about your condition and the possibility of having sex again. Here we attach an article about gonorrhea. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief