Gonorrhea To The Eye Area?
Hello, I want to ask whether sperm entering the eye can cause genorrhea? Because I have previously had genorrhea in my genitals and haven’t fully recovered … r nThank you …
Thank you for asking Alodoker.
Gonorrhea is a type of sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhea. Although it most commonly infects the urinary tract (characterized by gonorrhea), gonorrhea can also infect a variety of other organs, including the eye. Transmission of infection to the eye can cause inflammation to be confined to the conjunctival area (conjunctivitis) or it may involve other parts of the eye. Symptoms that arise due to gonorrhea infection in the eye are usually in the form of eyes that are painful, watery, secrete like pus, and are also more sensitive to light (easily glare).
Gonorrhea transmission to the eye usually occurs as a result of the splash of ejaculatory fluid from the patient that enters the eye. It could also, 1 person experiences symptoms of gonorrhea in several organ systems, not only the urinary tract but also the eyes, due to a single transmission. Therefore, the answer to your question is, yes, ejaculatory fluid from a person with gonorrhea that gets into the eye can cause gonorrhea in the eye.
If it is true that you have gonorrhea, and you have not received complete healing, you should see a dermatologist and genital specialist. Also ask your partner to get checked out for gonorrhea detection. If it is true that your gonorrhea has not fully recovered, the doctor can provide treatment in the form of appropriate antibiotics to eradicate the bacteria that cause gonorrhea. In gonorrhea that infects the eye, drug administration can be done with ointments or appropriate eye tests.
The following steps you can take to optimize gonorrhea healing and prevent transmission:
Take medication to the doctor until it's complete Improve personal hygiene Avoid sexual intercourse before it is declared completely cured by the doctor. Drink more. Do not have sex that can cause sexually transmitted infections, including vaginal, anal, or oral sex.