By: Joe Adamski
 Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease
that is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria
Gonorrhoeae.
 One out of four...
 Gonorrhea grows rapidly in the very warm
areas of the body including: Fallopian tubes,
womb, cervix, urine canals, mouth...
 Burning sensation when you pee.
 Yellowish-white discharge from either the
penis or the vagina.
 Swollen testicles (me...
 Males and Females can both get Gonorrhea.
 Teenagers and Adults are most vulnerable;
children and seniors very rarely c...
 If you think you have this disease go to a
healthcare provider to take a sample of the
mucus.
 Medicine like Penicillin...
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  1. 1. By: Joe Adamski
  2. 2.  Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease that is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria Gonorrhoeae.  One out of four adults get this disease.  It is very contagious
  3. 3.  Gonorrhea grows rapidly in the very warm areas of the body including: Fallopian tubes, womb, cervix, urine canals, mouth, penis, vagina, anus and eyes.
  4. 4.  Burning sensation when you pee.  Yellowish-white discharge from either the penis or the vagina.  Swollen testicles (men)  If untreated, Pelvic Inflammatory disease (women).  Symptoms usually appear 2-5 days after infected, but could take as long as 30 days to start.
  5. 5.  Males and Females can both get Gonorrhea.  Teenagers and Adults are most vulnerable; children and seniors very rarely contract the disease.  There is NO particular race that has a higher chance of getting it.
  6. 6.  If you think you have this disease go to a healthcare provider to take a sample of the mucus.  Medicine like Penicillin is usually used to kill the bacteria, but it does not always work.  The U.S. Disease Control Center recommends a single shot of 125mg of Ceftriaxone taken by the mouth.  The only certain way to never get this disease is abstinence.  Gonorrhea is not deadly, however it can come back even after you have been treated for it.
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