Overcoming Gonorrhea But Not Pain?
I had gonorrhea. But I don’t feel pain in the lower part of my stomach. And I only feel sick every time I urinate. And there is no sign of swelling in the penis area.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. What is called gonorrhea is a condition when the penis secretes a thick fluid or pus and it is confirmed that it is not ejaculatory fluid, and it originates from inside the urethra, not from the outside of the penis. This condition generally occurs due to sexually transmitted infections caused most often by gonorrhea, but can also arise due to other diseases such as chlamydia, LGV, and other bacteria.
In addition to the discharge of pus, the accompanying symptoms can also include painful urination, inflammation of the genitals, the appearance of lumps and so on. In your case, the absence of pain, swelling or other symptoms, it means that the signs you are experiencing are not typical, therefore further examination by an expert, namely a dermatologist and genital specialist, is needed to determine the tendency of your condition. Your doctor will perform a supporting examination by taking a sample of the pus fluid you mean and examining it under the laboratory to find out what content is in it. The treatment you will receive later depends on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, avoid sexual intercourse, keep genitals clean, drink lots of water, and don't take drugs without a doctor's recommendation. So, hopefully it answers your question.