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But if the treatment is not timely, 1% - 3% of gonorrhea patients will have gonococcus spread to the whole body, raising the risk of deaths....[read article]

Gonococcus is a gram-negative diplococcus, which is kidney-shaped and arranged in pairs. It is difficult to survive without the human body. It is easy to be killed by general disinfectants. ...[read article]

Drug addiction, high-risk sexual behavior (including homosexual contact) and even general exposure in public are likely to be infected with STDs, thereby endangering the health of them and their family. How much do you know about STDs? What ...[read article]

Gonorrhea is caused by a human parasitic fungus called Neisseria gonorrhoeae, which is characterized by pyogenic infections of the urinary and reproductive systems....[read article]

In life, some men will experience urine bifurcation, foamy or yellowish urine, and some even have stinging sensation during urination, so what is the reason behind this?...[read article]

Gonorrhea is used to be treated with a single injection of penicillin. However when new strains of gonorrhea appears, the treatment with antibiotics is sometimes invalid. Gonorrhea cancause severe influence to womens fertility if untreated....[read article]

Gonorrhea is an infectious disease caused by neisseria ghonorrhoeae. It is transmitted most often through sexual contact with an infected person. However, it may also be spread by contact with infected bodily fluids. ...[read article]


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