Gonorrhea Frequently Asked Questions

Gonorrhea  FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women’s Health http://www.womenshealth.gov …

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Gonorrhea Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are the symptoms of gonorrhea?, Q: What is gonorrhea?, http:/ www.womenshealth.gov, 1-800-994-9662, TDD: 1-888-220-5446, Q: How do you get gonorrhea?, Q: Who is at risk for gonorrhea?, Q: Are there tests for gonorrhea?, Q: What happens if gonorrhea isn\’t, treated?, Swab sample. Urine test. Gram stain. Q: Can gonorrhea cause problems, during pregnancy?, Q: How is gonorrhea treated?, Q: How can I keep from getting, gonorrhea?, Talk frankly with your doctor, and your sex partner(s) about, Don\’t have sex. any STIs you or your partner has, or has had. Be faithful. Have a yearly pelvic exam. Ask, your doctor if you should be, tested for gonorrhea or other, STIs, and how often you should, be retested. Use condoms. If you are pregnant, get tested, for gonorrhea. Q: I just found out I have gonorrhea. What should I do?, Know that some methods of, birth control, like birth control, pills, shots, implants, or diaphragms, will not protect you, from STIs, including gonorrhea. Talk with your sex partner(s), about STIs and using condoms. Division of STD Prevention,, American Social Health Association, NCHHSTP, CDC, HHS, National Institute of Allergy and, Infectious Diseases, NIH, HHS

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