Gonorrhea is one of the more common STDs. Many people have experienced it at some point in their life, but this is no reason to discredit the problem. Gonorrhea is treatable. However, for the duration that you’re suffering from the infection, you may not have much of a sex life.
Gonorrhea is spread quite easily through sexual contact. There are more than 3 million cases that occur each year in America alone. If you are concerned that you or your partner may be developing gonorrhea, keep reading to learn about the most common symptoms of this sexually transmitted infection.
Gonorrhea Symptom #1: Thick Discharge
Thick discharge can occur in both males and females. People suffering from gonorrhea are likely to expel a thick, creamy discharge from their genitals. If the infection has become quite serious, this discharge may have blood in it.
Having cloudy or bloody discharge is one of the telltale signs of an STD. However, it isn’t enough evidence to prove that you have gonorrhea. While you should still go to the doctor if your discharge is thick or bloody, read on if you want to be sure whether or not you have gonorrhea.
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