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WHAT IS WAIST COLD?Gonorrhea, or gonorrhea, as it is commonly known, is a sexually transmitted infection caused by a bacterium called Neisserria gonorrhoeae.

Although it can be seen in both women and men, it is more common in men. It is easier to transmit from male to female, especially in young women and men. Gonorrhea is an infection caused by a sexually transmitted bacterium called Neisseria gonorrhea that affects both men and women. It often causes an infection in the urethra, rectum or throat. In women, it can also cause infection in the cervix and tubes.

The bacterium that causes gonorrhea is transmitted only from person to person by direct contact and cannot live outside the body. The bacterium that causes gonorrhea needs moisture, so it cannot survive in a dry environment. Usually gonorrhea infection does not cause any symptoms. However, the symptoms can affect many areas of the body, but are usually seen in the genital area.
Gonorrhea can also affect these parts of the body:
Rectum: Signs and symptoms include anal itching, pus-like discharge from the rectum, bright red blood spots on toilet paper, and difficulty urinating.
Eyes: Gonorrhea affecting your eyes can cause eye pain, sensitivity to light, and pus-like discharge from one or both eyes.
Throat: Signs and symptoms of a throat infection can include a sore throat and swollen lymph nodes in the neck.
Joints: If one or more joints become infected with bacteria (septic arthritis), the affected joints may become hot, red, swollen and extremely painful, especially during movement.

Symptoms of gonorrhea in men
It causes complaints such as burning sensation, pain, yellow or green discharge from the urinary tract, redness at the tip of the penis, pain or swelling in the testicles.
Symptoms of gonorrhea in women
Burning during urination, pain, vaginal discharge, itching in the genital area, vaginal bleeding, bleeding after sexual intercourse or outside the menstrual period, pain during sexual intercourse, burning, abdominal pain.

Gonorrhea is transmitted through sexual intercourse, anal, oral or vaginal sex, and through semen and vaginal fluids. There is no need for ejaculation to occur for gonorrhea to be transmitted. In some births, it can even be transmitted to the baby during delivery. Gonorrhea can be transmitted through sex toys as well as sexual intercourse.
Sexually active women under the age of 25 and men who have sex with men are at higher risk of contracting gonorrhea.
Other factors that can increase the risk include:
• A new sex partner
• A sex partner with other partners
• Having multiple sex partners
• Having had gonorrhea or another sexually transmitted infection

Gonorrhea is treated with antibiotics, as it is caused by bacteria. Antibiotics can be taken in the form of injections or pills and should be used with the recommendation of a doctor. Spousal treatment must be applied.
Untreated gonorrhea can cause more serious problems;

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