The Effect Of Water Consumption On Gonorrhea?
, I want to ask. r nI’ve had gonorrhea, the pus came out 3 days after sex. r nI drink mineral water a day can be +/- 3 large bottles of mineral water, I automatically urinate until the color is clear. r n r nAfter 4 days I routinely drank the mineral water, the pus did not come out at all and my urination did not feel hot or hurt at all. But, the semen once came out with pus and blood like dirty blood, is that also because of gonorrhea huh? R nAfter I know my semen is like that, I continue to drink mineral water again. 3 days after, the semen is clean as normal. And I am sure that I am 99.9% recovered up to now. r n r nI did it because of my belief in me. Not reading blog2 articles which are sometimes unclear. R n r nPlease answer yes, THANK YOU 😊
Hello William, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com
Gonorrhea and chlamydia (infections that usually accompany gonorrhea) are diseases caused by bacterial infections. Until now it is not clearly known whether this disease can heal by itself or not, because there are no studies examining this (due to ethical issues, it should not be possible for patients with gonorrhea and / or chlamydia infections to not get treatment for a long time) . Nonetheless, there are small studies that have found that the majority of people with gonorrhea and / or chlamydia infection who are not receiving therapy will continue to have the disease a year after diagnosis.
You also need to know that in a small proportion of men, gonorrhea and chlamydia infections may be asymptomatic. But even though it is asymptomatic, the infection process is still ongoing and complications in the form of epididymitis (which can cause infertility, chronic scrotal pain, and testicular wasting) can still occur. To be able to ascertain whether you have recovered or not from your illness, you must conduct a laboratory examination.
Therefore, you should check yourself to the doctor. The treatment for this disease is by administering injectable antibiotics and drinking antibiotics which are both not difficult to do. Also, make sure you avoid having unhealthy sexual relations (changing partners, not using condoms). In addition, you should also bring your sexual partner for treatment to prevent re-infection of this disease.
Here are articles you can read about gonorrhea and chlamydia
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