How to Identify and Treat Gonorrhea in Man
Gonorrhoea in man is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Neisséria gonorrhoeae, which is transmitted mainly by intimate contact unprotected, and if not treated properly can worsen the picture and even generate more serious consequences such as infertility.
This disease is manifested by an inflammation in the urethra, and a discharge from the initial light color that with time it becomes darker and there is usually a sensation of burning when urinating.
The main symptoms
The symptoms present in man appear about 2 to 10 days after infection, where there is a period called incubation time.
After this period comes the purulent secretion with the presence of pain when urinating. This secretion may increase with the amount of the skin of the penis, but in some cases, the person’s contaminated does not present any secretion, and therefore does not mistrust of the disease, although it can transmit on all intimate contact without a condom.
How is it treated
The treatment for gonorrhoea in the man must be prescribed by a urologist who will prescribe single doses of the antibiotic that is best for your patient, which can be a Penicillin, for example.
In addition, the use of condoms during each and every intimate contact is of the utmost importance for the treatment and prevention of disease.