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What symptoms could Gonorrhea bring to both men and women?

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection (STI). It is caused by infection with the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhea. Gonorrhea is transmitted by unprotected oral, anal, or vaginal sex. People who have multiple sexual partners and who do not use a condom are at greatest risk of infection.
Symptoms in women tend to be mild or similar to other infections. A person with gonorrhea who doesn’t have symptoms is still contagious. A person is more likely to spread the infection to other partners when symptoms remain “silent” like this.
In women, the early symptoms are sometimes so mild that they are mistaken for a bladder infection or vaginal infection. Symptoms may include:
Painful or frequent urination.
Anal itching, discomfort, bleeding, or discharge.
Abnormal vaginal discharge.
Abnormal vaginal bleeding during or after sex or between periods.
Genital itching.
Irregular menstrual bleeding.
Lower abdominal (belly) pain.
Fever and general tiredness.
Swollen and painful glands at the opening of the vagina (Bartholin glands).
Painful sexual intercourse.
Sore throat (rare).
Pinkeye (conjunctivitis) (rare).
Symptoms in men
In men, symptoms are usually obvious enough that they will cause a man to seek medical treatment before complications occur. But some men have mild or no symptoms and can unknowingly transmit gonorrhea infections to their sex partners. Symptoms may include:
Abnormal discharge from the penis (clear or milky at first, and then yellow, creamy, and excessive, sometimes blood-tinged).
Painful or frequent urination or urethritis.
Anal itching, discomfort, bleeding, or discharge.
Sore throat (rare).
Pinkeye (conjunctivitis) (rare).
From these, it is easy to know that, both women and men would suffer from abnormal discharge, anal itching, discomfort, bleeding, or discharge, and Painful or frequent urination. These symptoms would occur in most cases of Gonorrhea patients, so it is also would be the same symptoms both in men and women.
Untreated infection with gonorrhea may also result in the infection spreading to the bloodstream. In this case, rash, fever, or pain in the joints may eventually develop. Once infected with it, the immediate treatment for it is needed. So far traditional Chinese herbal medicine is one of the most effective treatments for it. For men, the herbal medicine Diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill is very useful, while women could try Fuyan pill. These herbal medicines have the same functions with antibiotics but without any side effects. They could eliminate all the symptoms of gonorrhea completely from its root.
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