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Fall 2011 Gonorrhea GH

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    • Written by: Giselle H.
    •  Gonorrhea is a Sexually Transmitted Infection that is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria Gonorrhoeae. Anyone who is sexually active person can catch Gonorrhea. It can be spread by contact with the mouth, vagina, penis, or anus.
    •  In men:  In women: ◦ Burning and pain while ◦ Vaginal discharge urinating ◦ Burning and pain while ◦ Increased urinary urinating frequency or urgency ◦ Increased urination ◦ Discharge from the penis ◦ Sore throat (white, yellow, or green in ◦ Painful sexual intercourse color) ◦ Severe pain in lower ◦ Red or swollen opening of abdomen (if the infection penis (urethra) spreads to the fallopian ◦ Tender or swollen testicles tubes and stomach area) ◦ Sore throat (gonococcal ◦ Fever (if the infection pharyngitis) spreads to the fallopian ◦ Symptoms may take up to tubes and stomach area) a month to appear ◦ Symptoms of gonorrhea usually appear 2 - 5 days after infection
    •  Gonorrhea can be quickly identified by staining a sample of tissue or discharge and then looking at it under a microscope. If you have gonorrhea, you should ask to be tested for other sexually transmitted diseases as well.
    •  Two goals for treating Gonorrhea: ◦ Cure the infection ◦ Locate and test all of the other people that they have sexual contact with Receive the hepatitis B vaccine. If you are younger than 26, you also need the HPV vaccine. A follow up visit 7 days after treatment is important. Tests will be done to make sure the infection is gone.
    •  Complications can occur. ◦ In men and women: ◦ In women:  Joint infections  Salpingitis (scarring of the  Heart valve infection fallopian tubes), which can lead to problems getting pregnant or  Meningitis ectopic pregnancy.  Pelvic inflammatory disease  A gonorrhea infection that has  Infertility (inability to become not spread to the bloodstream pregnant)  Pregnant women with severe or other areas almost always gonorrhea may pass the disease can be cured with antibiotics. to their baby while in the womb or during delivery.  Gonorrhea that has spread is ◦ In men: a more serious infection but  Scarring or narrowing of the almost always gets better with urethra, the tube that carries urine out of the body . treatment.  Abscess (collection of pus around the urethra).
    • Disturbing Fact of Gonorrhea The Bacteria can even grow in the eyes.
    •  Gonorrhea rates have decreased over the years which is a sign of improvement. Antibiotics can successfully cure gonorrhea in adolescents and adults. Most state- sponsored clinics will diagnose and treat STDs without charge.
    •  If you are  Untreated gonorrhea pregnant, you may give can cause serious and the infection to her permanent health baby as the baby problems in both passes through the women and men. birth canal during  Gonorrhea can spread delivery. to the blood or joints This can cause which can be life blindness, joint threatening. infection, or a life-  Since it takes men threatening blood longer to receive infection in the baby. symptoms, it is easier to pass on to others.
    •  The only way is to stop  A monogamous sexual people from actually relationship with an having sex which isn’t individual known to be going to happen. free of any STD can Abstinence will reduce reduce risk. the rate of any STI.  If you do “sleep You can greatly lower around,” make sure your risk of catching that person has been an STD by using a tested and clear of any condom every time you STDs. have sex.  The only person who can prevent you from getting an STI is yourself.
    •  While researching  No law can make people Gonorrhea, I became change and as long we knowledgeable regarding put those who are STI. unfaithful on a pedestal The government has we will never stop STI done little to show the from appearing. truth about STI and  If we really want to make unprotected sex but it a change, we must won’t work even if they change our lifestyle as tried harder. well. People need to  Gonorrhea is curable in experience for ways but not all of them themselves so they can are like that so be careful listen to the truth. and get tested.