What is Gonorrhoea?
Gonorrhoea is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) known to be caused by bacteria called neisseria gonorrhoeae or gonococcus. It is very easily passed between sexual partners through unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex and by sharing sex toys. It can also pass from an expectant mother to her baby during pregnancy. This is particularly dangerous as it can lead to permanent blindness in the newborn baby if left untreated. It is therefore very important to get tested and treated before the baby is born. Left untreated in adults, gonorrhoea can lead to infertility in men and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) in women.
Please note: Because of the possibility of bacterial resistance to oral treatment, the first line of treatment for gonorrhoea is now a single intra-muscular injection of an antibiotic called ceftriaxone. Anytime Doctor is unable to offer this treatment as it cannot safely be self-administered. To obtain the injection treatment please visit your local NHS (GUM) sexual health clinic. Oral antibiotics for the treatment of gonorrhoea are not available online. Only the postal testing kit is available.
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What are the symptoms of gonorrhoea?
Symptoms of gonorrhoea include:
Approximately 10% of men infected with gonorrhoea do not have any symptoms. This number rises to nearly 50% of women infected.
Can gonorrhoea be treated with oral antibiotics?
Oral antibiotic treatment is no longer the first line of treatment for gonorrhoea. This is because gonorrhoea can be resistant to this treatment especially if the infection has been caught in south-east Asia or Africa. The first line of treatment for gonorrhoea is now a single intra-muscular injection of an antibiotic called ceftriaxone, available from your local NHS (GUM) sexual health clinic.
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