In men, the first signs of gonorrhea are redness around the external opening of the urethra, a slight swelling, which is accompanied by burning and itching, pain during urination. From the opening of the urethra, greenish-yellowish pus constantly flows. If left untreated or self-medicated, these symptoms gradually disappear and the disease becomes chronic. The exacerbation of the disease occurs after sexual intercourse and the use of alcohol. In patients, reappearance appears during urination and discharge from the urethra. Such phenomena usually last a short time and disappear without any treatment, and the disease again takes on a chronic form.
In women with gonorrhea, almost all genitourinary organs are affected. There are abundant purulent discharge from the vagina, there is irritation of the external genital organs, skin of the thighs. In some cases, heaviness is felt in the lower abdomen, lower back pain during menstruation and pain during urination, but most often these symptoms are mild, and therefore women rarely pay attention to them, and the disease becomes chronic, affecting the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries.
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