Gonorrhoea

Bacterial STI treatments available for gonnorhoea

Please note that we are not offering treatment for gonorrhoea at this time. If you think you may have gonorrhoea, it is important that you visit a Genitourinary Medicine (GUM) clinic or sexual health clinic as soon as possible. To find your nearest clinic, you can visit the NHS resources. They can test and treat gonorrhoea effectively with the recommended treatment.

Gonorrhoea is an increasingly common sexually transmitted infection. It is a bacterial STI that is caused by the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacterium. This STI is prevalent amongst both men and women, but is most likely to occur between the ages of 20 to 24 for men and the ages of 16 to 19 for women. It can be transmitted through unprotected sexual contact, be that anal, vaginal or oral sex. Gonorrhoea can also be passed on by the sharing of sex toys if one partner is infected.

Gonorrhoea is often asymptomatic, but it is easily treatable. An injection is the preferred form of treatment and can be accompanied by medication such as Cefixime and Azithromycin antibiotics, which can be ordered online in our Gonorrhoea Treatment Pack from euroClinix today. You can find more information about this product by clicking the button below.

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What is gonorrhoea?

Gonorrhoea is a bacterial STI (sexually transmitted infection) that is one of the most common STIs in the UK, particularly amongst men between the ages of 20 and 24 and women between the ages of 16 and 19. However, this contagious bacterial STI can infect anyone of any age. Gonorrhoea is transmitted via sexual contact with an infected individual, as well as by coming into contact with bodily fluids that are infected with this STI.

Gonorrhoea causes

Gonorrhoea is caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae (n. gonorrhoeae), which is transmitted through unprotected oral, anal or vaginal sex. It is also possible to catch this infection if you share sex toys with someone who is infected. The bacteria can live in the urethra, the cervix, the throat, the rectum and the eyes.

Gonorrhoea symptoms

A large number of individuals will not experience any gonorrhoea symptoms after they are infected. This is why it is important to undergo regular STI tests to ensure you are free from infection, especially if you have unprotected sex. When gonorrhoea symptoms do occur, they can include:

  • rashes, bleeding, painful bowel movements, itching and vaginal or urethral discharge

For men, gonorrhoea symptoms usually first appear between five and 30 days after they become infected. They may notice an unusual penile discharge and may experience pain when urinating, or an increased need to urinate. Some men report that their testicles swell or become painful. Less commonly reported symptoms for men include incontinence, anal discomfort, rectal discharge and the swelling of the urethra.

Women commonly report an increase in normal vaginal discharge, pain when urinating and abnormal vaginal bleeding. Less common symptoms include mouth sores, abdominal pain, rectal discharge, pain during sex and anal discomfort. It is important to realise that if the infection is not treated it can lead to serious health complications, and this is the case even if you experience mild symptoms or none at all.

What risks are associated with gonorrhoea?

This infection is easily treatable with a combined course of two antibiotics, but leaving it untreated can potentially cause serious health problems. For men, this can include epididymitis. Women will have a higher chance of experiencing an ectopic pregnancy. Both men and women should be aware that untreated gonorrhoea can spread to the joints and even the blood, which can be life threatening.

If the infection is untreated, you will be more susceptible to other sexually transmitted infections, including the HIV virus. These possible risks can be avoided by taking effective and clinically proven STI treatments.

Gonorrhoea prevention

Gonorrhoea can be successfully prevented by following the methods of prevention listed below:

  • Talking about STIs with your partner before entering a sexual relationship
  • Wearing contraception (i.e. a condom) during sexual intercourse
  • Attending regular screenings at a clinic for gonorrhoea
  • Avoiding more than one sexual relationship at a time
  • Avoiding sexual contact with an individual who has shown signs of an STI

Can I buy gonorrhoea treatment online?

You can buy a Gonorrhoea Treatment Pack here at euroClinix with a quick, simple and confidential online consultation. This highly effective treatment pack contains Cefixime and Azithromycin antibiotic tablets, which can provide relief from any uncomfortable gonorrhoea symptoms and can avoid the risk of developing long-term problems caused by this STI.

The consultation, which is free and secure, will be viewed by one of our UK registered doctors who will prescribe your chosen treatment if it is suitable for you. This prescription will then be dispatched from our UK pharmacy, and sent to you via our free next day delivery service. If you live in London you may be eligible for same day delivery.

Please note that we are not offering treatment for gonorrhoea at this time. If you think you may have gonorrhoea, it is important that you visit a Genitourinary Medicine (GUM) clinic or sexual health clinic as soon as possible. To find your nearest clinic, you can visit the NHS resources. They can test and treat gonorrhoea effectively with the recommended treatment.

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