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Std Gonorrhea Treatment
GC resistant to CEPH:
Cephalexin is not used these days for treatment of gonorrhea.
You need to be checked and treated by your doctor or a clinic. You need to be examined and culture taken for gonorrhea and chlamydia or dna probe test done on discharge or urine test
2014 guidelines for treating gonorrhea
one injection of ceftraxone250mgm or 400mgmof Cefixime orally
and 2 grms of azithromycine as it will treat chlamydia. ...Read more
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
My urine become yellow after had gonorrhea. After treatment of STD all symptom gone expect yellowish unine. If drink more water it become light yellow.
Here are some. ..: Have you eaten or taken any different foods or drugs or pills such multiple vitamins? Changing the degree of yellow color in the urine usually reflects: The urine concentration - the more concentrated, the more yellowish; what you consumes - especially vitamins B-complex, B1, etc. So, watch what you take and see. But, if related with urine concentration, it's good to know your kidneys work well. ...Read more
No: But these are potentially serious medical conditions that need to be treated promptly for the best long term outcome. ...Read more
See below: Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease (std) caused by a bacterium. People get gonorrhea by having sex with someone who has the disease. “having sex” means anal, vaginal, or oral sex. Gonorrhea can still be transmitted via fluids even if a man does not ejaculate. Gonorrhea can also be spread from an untreated mother to her baby during childbirth. ...Read more
Infection: You will likely contract an oral std (...Or more than one, gonorrhea & chlamydia are often found together...And increased likelihood for hiv, etc.). About 1/2 get sore throat and/or flu-like symptoms. If worried about this possibility, need to admit it to dr, as routine throat culture often won't "grow" these, and antibiotic selection needs to cover them as well. Nothing wrong w/condom use! ...Read more
Yes, possible but: More likely a 'red circle' on the tongue us a variant of normal anatomy or benign inflammatory condition called glossitis. It happens in response to trauma, viral or bacterial infection, or irritation (some spices). Either way, you should seek a consult to be sure. Until then, treat it as an std and be responsible to your sexual partners. ...Read more
How many days after exposure to gonorrhea and or chlamydia can a swab and urin test detect the stds?
2-4 weeks: Most modern tests can usually detect at the 2-3 week period, but will be most sensitive if you wait until 4 weeks after exposure. ...Read more
I got checked by an OB for STD and such, she says I'm safe but my partner was diagnosed with Gonorrhea and later on Molluscum? Now I'm afraid!
Treatment needed: Having a partner with gonorrhea, you need treatment for it, and for chlamydia, even if your own gonorrhea and chlamydia tests were negative. You MUST be treated to prevent complications and possibly reinfecting your partner. For molluscum, just keep your eyes out for typical lesions like your partner's; it's harmless, just inconvenient. Check back with your doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
Within 3-14 days: Gonorrhea's incubation period (meaning the time it takes from exposure to signs of clinical infection) can be within about 1-2 weeks. If you know you've been exposed or you know your partner has been recently exposed and there has been intimate sexual relations between you even in the form of kissing only you may be infected. Women often show no symptoms of a gonnorheal infection unlike men. ...Read more
What is the liklihood of getting gonorrhea or another std from a single time receiving of cunnilngus?
No significant risk: STDs are difficult to transmit by cunnilingus; even the busiest STD clinics almost never see infected women in whom this has been the only possible exposure. The main exception is that if the oral partner has oral herpes (cold sores, fever blisters), genital herpes could result. But no measurable risk for gonorrhea or chlamydia. ...Read more
Recently diagnosed with gonorrhea this month and me and my partner got treated she was clean. How long can the STD be in my body before I realise?
It depends: Gonorrhea in chronic form, that is without overt symptoms, can exist in females for a significant period of time. Chlamydia is best known for this action, but Gonorrhea can also do the same. Make sure that you get re-tested after completing the appropriate antibiotic treatment to be certain that the treatment was effective BEFORE you begin again any at risk sexual behavior. ...Read more
How did I get an std? I recently found out and got treated for gonorrhea, my question is how did I get it. I have been with one partner in the last 3 years I have never cheated, and he says he did not cheat. He was tested twice, once when I got tested and
Sometimes,: Sometimes, after ruling out the usual suspects, we are left with an unsolved mystery. If you have been treated with a negative test of cure; and your contacts have been checked this is probably the best that can be hoped for. ...Read more
Do people in the navy have to get tested for stds? Do they get tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea?
That depends: This question needs more clarification. If you are referring to entry (mep's evaluation) please see the following department of defense instruction: http://www. Dtic. Mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/613003p.Pdf. If symptomatic on active duty, full std panel is usually completed. Re-ask question if reading the above info doesn't answer your question. ...Read more
I've had one abortion and four miscarriages one due to a STD called gonorrhea which caused the first miscarriage is that why I keep miscarring now
No. See a specialist: The gonorrhea should have been treated after your 1st miscarriage. After 2 or more miscarriages we do tests to find out why. Possible causes include autoimmune conditions like antiphospholipid antibodies, blood clotting disorders, low egg supply, problems in the uterus like fibroids or a uterine septum, hormonal problems, or male or female genetic problems. Get checked out by a rei specialist. ...Read more
Can infertility caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia be treated or is it permanent? I don't have an std, just asking.
Possibly: Chlamydia or gonorrhea can infect the delicate linings of the fallopian tubes and lead to blockage or scarring. A tubal pregnancy or infertility might result. Untreated disease is more likely to cause such a problem but even brief infections with this germ can do it. Some seem to avoid the complication in spite of the infection. If damaged, the tubes could be bypassed during ivf to get pregnant. ...Read more