Diagnosis of gonorrhea infection must be established from the results of microscopic examination of the pus that comes from the patient.
Prevention of gonorrhea
Prevention is essentially to do with sex which healthy and clean, to avoid this disease include:
- - Using a condom when sexual intercourse, especially if you’re suffering from this disease. The use of condoms also prevent transmission of your sexual partner.
- Avoid contact with people who are at risk for this disease, such as sex workers.
- Treat as early as possible if symptoms develop. Treatment should be conducted in conjunction with sexual partners, sexual partners and ensure free from disease before sexual intercourse.
TREATMENT of gonorrhea
Treatment of gonorrhea is to use antibiotics. Ceftriakson intramuscular injection (IM) or the consumption of antibiotics orally (by mouth) cefixim during the week is the most common treatment. When the infection has spread through the bloodstream, usually given antibiotics intravenously (directly into a vein) through a drip.
Gonorrhea infection can spread from the bloodstream into the joints, skin, and even the heart and liver. Symptoms of gonorrhea infection if spread to the joints are very painful joints, swelling, and limited joint movement. Infection that spreads to the skin will lead to the emergence of symptoms of red spots on the skin containing pus, fever and malaise, may be accompanied by pain in multiple joints moving pain (arthritis-dermatitis syndrome).
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