Sexually transmitted infections caused by bacteria
Gonorrhea Gonere is a disease caused by Neisseria gonorrhoeae, which infects the inner lining of the urethra, cervix, rectum, throat and the whites of the eyes (conjunctiva).
In women, gonorrhea can spread to the genital tract and infect the membranes in the hip causing hip pain and reproductive disorders. (Syaiful Fahmi Daili (2002), Symptoms of gonorrhea may not be so obvious anymore, but if a prostate is examined, the pus will come out with mucus (through the prostate massage).
The symptoms of new gonorrhea are very real.From the penis canal in men or in the mouth of the vagina in women, dripping pus resembles sweetened condensed milk which usually leaves spots on the pants. Pus usually drops when you wake up in the morning (morning drip).
If the disease has been ongoing for years (more than 6 months), the symptoms may not disease is usually already lodged deep into the deeper reproductive organs.In men it has been to the testicles, or has reached the prostate gland and in women can get to the fallopian tubes. Almost the same as gonorrhea there are other types of germs that are also transmitted through sexual intercourse, ie chlamydia germs.In the US, this disease is feared because it attacks most of the adult men obtained from comfort women, prostitution or free sex activities.
Similar to gonorrhea, symptoms of chlamydia are also dripping from the burrow of the penis, but not as thick as gonorrhea. Other symptoms arise glandular swelling. If gonorrhea or chlamydia, the husband already infects his wife and the type of germ is classified as drug-resistant, it will disrupt the marriage. In men, the initial symptoms of gonorrhea usually occur within 2-7 days after infection. Symptoms begin as a discomfort in the urethra and a few hours later followed by pain when urinating and discharge from the penis. Whereas in women, the initial symptoms usually occur within 7-21 days after infection. Patients often do not experience symptoms for several weeks or months, and are known to suffer from the disease only after their sexual partners have contracted it.
If symptoms occur, they are usually mild. But some sufferers show severe symptoms, such as urge to urinate, pain when urinating, discharge from the vagina, and fever. Infection can attack the cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, urethra and rectum and cause deep hip pain during sex. Homosexual women and men who have sex through Anus (anal sex) can suffer from gonorrhea in the rectum. Patients will feel uncomfortable around the anus and the rectum out of fluid.