The Penis Feels Moist In Gonorrhea Sufferers?
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Gonorrhea is a type of sexually transmitted infection that affects many men. This infection when it occurs in the urinary tract can cause the penis to secrete abnormal secretions, which resemble pus (yellow or greenish) accompanied by pain when urinating, or even causing fever and chills. This infection can also attack other organs, for example the eyes, throat and anus.
The cause of gonorrhea is the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae. The detection of gonorrhea in the urinary tract is carried out primarily through examination of urine and urethral secretions. After treatment, namely by giving antibiotics and several other types of drugs, the doctor will generally do a repeat examination to detect the effectiveness of the therapy that has been carried out. If the results of the examination are no longer found gonorrhea bacteria and other test results are still within normal limits, it means that your infection has healed.
Still feeling uncomfortable sensations in the penis, such as moisture, cold, or like a blockage after recovering from gonorrhea can occur as part of the remaining inflammation in the penis that has not fully recovered. It could also, this uncomfortable sensation arises due to the formation of scar tissue on the penis after inflammation. If the complaint is only mild, this condition is generally not dangerous and will improve within a few days after therapy is complete.
You can first take the following steps to resolve your complaint:
Drink more water, limit caffeine, stay away from alcohol
Keep the penis and the surrounding intimate organs clean
Stop doing all activities that risk causing the transmission of sexually transmitted infections, including changing sexual partners and having sex with partners with no clear sexual history
Not holding back the urge to urinate
Always use clean underwear, not too tight
Keep yourself away from activities that bring you closer to free sex, for example watching porn, hanging out with fellow sex offenders
Keep yourself busy with activities that are positive and useful for your future
Do not take other drugs carelessly (except those prescribed directly by a doctor)
However, if you feel that there is no significant improvement with the symptoms you feel after undergoing treatment as well as the steps above, you should check with your doctor or specialist in skin and genitalia so that you get the best treatment.
I hope this helps.