How To Deal With Gonorrhea (GO) The Second Time?
, I was sentenced to suffer from gonorrhea (GO) for the second time and my complaint this time was the same as the first time I had this disease, namely the discharge of pus after urinating without any pain, but I was confused about the treatment method the second time I was sentenced to gonorrhea ( GO) because the first time I got gonorrhea (GO) the doctor gave me 2 injections in my buttocks and gave antibiotics for 7 days with a total medical cost of 400 thousand rupiah and 3 days after treatment there was no visible pus coming out and I continued to take antibiotics until they were finished for 7 days. However, for this (second) treatment I received only azythromicin and cefixime, each of which was taken 1x a day, 2 capsules for one day without injection for 45 thousand rupiah, (a very big difference between the first and second treatment: 400 thousand compared to 45 thousand ) (my understanding is that antibiotics must continue to be taken even though they have recovered for the next few days so that they are not resistant), is the treatment given by the doctor right? thank you
Gonorrhea is a disease caused by bacteria that is transmitted through sexual contact. Symptoms caused by this disease are known as gonorrhea. In addition, there can be pain or burning sensation when urinating. However, similar complaints can still be caused by other bacterial infections besides gonorrhea.
In giving a therapy, many considerations must be considered by the doctor. Starting from the indication or when the drug should be given, contraindications or when the drug should not be given, history of allergies, preparation of the drug, drug dosage. availability and more. In addition, there is also a choice of first, second and next line drugs. So not always the same situation can be given the same drug anyway. Because there can also be a state of drug resistance in repeated infections, so it is necessary to give other types of drugs.
If indeed your condition does not improve, please return to your doctor for an evaluation of the condition and the results of treatment. It could be that later on needed other types of drugs, Avoid risky sexual relations, because repeated infectious infections can cause fertility problems, so that more dangerous infections such as HIV / AIDS occur.
I hope this helps.