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How is gonorrhea affect the urine?
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Dr. James Lin
Urology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Probably not..., but
Gonorrhea is usually referred to urethral infection in males or genital tract in females by neisseria gonnorhoeae although it may infect other parts of body.
To detect pus cells or bacteria in urine, the initial part of urine is needed so following instruction to collect urine properly. And the usual mid-stream urine may not show anything wrong. So, work closely with doctor. Best wish ... Always.

In brief: Probably not..., but
Gonorrhea is usually referred to urethral infection in males or genital tract in females by neisseria gonnorhoeae although it may infect other parts of body.
To detect pus cells or bacteria in urine, the initial part of urine is needed so following instruction to collect urine properly. And the usual mid-stream urine may not show anything wrong. So, work closely with doctor. Best wish ... Always.
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Pussy discharge
You can have pus from the urethra in the urine.
Also pussy discharge from the urinary opening or vagina which can mix with urine. There is usually some stinging with urination. Gonorrhea can also cause urethral strictures (narrowings) in males which in turn can obstruct the urinary stream.

In brief: Pussy discharge
You can have pus from the urethra in the urine.
Also pussy discharge from the urinary opening or vagina which can mix with urine. There is usually some stinging with urination. Gonorrhea can also cause urethral strictures (narrowings) in males which in turn can obstruct the urinary stream.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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