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How can I treat gonorrhea / clap?

How can I treat gonorrhea / clap?

Antibiotics: You would need to see your doctor to have a culture done. There is increasing resistance to the typically used antibiotics, so be sure you are treated with the appropriate regimen. http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6131a3.htm?s_cid=mm6131a3_w. ...Read more

Dr. H. Hunter Handsfield
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Gonorrhea (Definition)

Gonorrhea is caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhea. Anyone who has any type of sex can catch gonorrhea. The infection can be spread by contact with the mouth, vagina, penis, or anus. The bacteria grow in warm, moist areas of the body, including the tube that carries urine out of the body (urethra). In women, the bacteria may be found in the reproductive tract (which includes the fallopian tubes, uterus, and cervix). The bacteria can even ...Read more


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How is gonorrhea typically treated?

How is gonorrhea typically treated?

Antibiotics: Your doctor can prescribe antibiotics. Oral antibiotics will usually work, but in severe cases a shot or even IV treatment may be needed. ...Read more

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How is gonorrhea in the body treated?

How is gonorrhea in the body treated?

Ceftriaxone: Because of drug resistance to oral antibiotics, gonorrhea is usually treated with a shot of ceftriaxone. Let's hope it doesn't become resistant to that! ...Read more

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Can I treat gonorrhea with home remedies?

No: It is important to be tested and properly treated for gonorrhea if present. This can be done often for free at a public clinic. Immediate treatment for both gonorrhea and chlamydia is advised to reduce risk to yourself and prevent the spread of the disease. Any partners should be notified immediately as well. ...Read more

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What happens if your gonorrhea isn't treated?

Gonorrhea: It can cause sterility and can also spread into the bloodstream and cause joint infection. ...Read more

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What shot can i take to help cure/treat gonorrhea for good?

What shot can i take to help cure/treat gonorrhea for good?

Poss. many shots: Persistent or recurrent gonorrhea may have progressed to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and require treatment over time or even hospitalization. See: http://www.cdc.gov/std/gonorrhea/stdfact-gonorrhea-detailed.htm Most important, see a provider even if it is just an urgent care center. Use condoms all the time so you don't keep getting it. ...Read more

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Tested positive for gonorrhea after getting treated for it, could i gave it back to myself?

Once the infection: Is eradicated in your body - it should be gone. Did you have sexual relations with anyone else? Were you fully compliant with treatment? ...Read more

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What happens if gonorrhea is untreated for 3 months in a female? Can I be treated without a test if I've previously had it?

What happens if gonorrhea is untreated for 3 months in a female? Can I be treated without a test if I've previously had it?

Here are some...: Screening STD, esp. chlamydia and gonorrhea, has been easy. So & reasonable, you may be presumptively treated for gono after relating prior diagnosis for gono to your doctor, if s/he agrees, despite being free of symptoms. of course, have partner treated and followed & keep monogamous. Known to us, no treatment for gono has higher risk to develop chronic PID affecting fertility. More? Ask doctor.. ...Read more