Gonorrhea also known as "The Clap" has been around for centuries. Gonorrhea symptoms can be hard to detect and sometimes confused for a bladder or urinary tract infection. So if you think you may have gonorrhea, here is a great article to help you recognize the signs and symptoms of gonorrhea.
Ask your previous sexual partners if they have ever tested positive for gonorrhea. If you have a partner that tests positive or has had gonorrhea in the past, there is a good chance that you could have contracted the disease from them, or even gave it to them in the first place. Go to a clinic or treatment center and get tested as soon as possible.
Try to remember if you have noticed any pus-like discharge coming from the tip of your **** or urethra. This is most common in the morning, but uncontrolled discharge my happen at any time. Any discolored staining in your underwear is a likely sign of discharge.
Pay attention to any burning during urination. This is one of the most common symptoms of gonorrhea. Painful burning during urination can come and go. So if you ever experience any burning, it could be possible that you have gonorrhea.
Watch out for testicle pain or swelling. This is also a common symptom of gonorrhea.
If you are a women, look out for vaginal bleeding between periods or after intercourse. Abdominal and pelvic pain are also key indicators of gonorrhea. A simple std test can confirm that you have gonorrhea.
Go to your local free clinic or Planned Parenthood and get tested. The gonorrhea test is a simple urine test which is painless and quick. The test screens for both chlamydia and gonorrhea at the same time. Gonorrhea treatment comes in the form of a few antibiotic pills taken over the course of a week. Sometimes gonorrhea is cured even before it's been diagnosed. Patients displaying gonorrhea symptoms are often giving oral gonorrhea medication before their test results are in.