Oral to oral gonorrhea

The transmission of gonorrhea can occur through sexual activity and through childbirth. The disease cannot be transmitted any other way, unlike some other sexually transmitted diseases. You can catch this bacterial infection by having vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone who is already infected and has not been treated. Any contact with the sexual organs of an infected person places you at risk for contracting gonorrhea. If you are pregnant and have this bacterial infection present during labor and delivery then your baby can be infected at birth if special steps are not taken.

The exact time of onset of gonorrhea as prevalent disease or epidemic cannot be accurately determined from the historical record. One of the first reliable notations occurs in the Acts of the (English) Parliament. In 1161, this body passed a law to reduce the spread of "...the perilous infirmity of burning". [52] The symptoms described are consistent with, but not diagnostic of, gonorrhea. A similar decree was passed by Louis IX in France in 1256, replacing regulation with banishment. [53] Similar symptoms were noted at the siege of Acre by Crusaders .

For the new kids on the sexual block, don't believe anyone that says oral sex is safe without protection. Protect yourself and your partner(s). If there is any evidence of gonorrhea that you can see (whitish or light yellowish discharge from a partner's penis, vagina, or anal/rectal area), the best choice is not to have oral or any other kind of sex until the person is disease-free. Yep, for first timers and those that might buy or sell oral sex, it might be a good practice to turn on the light and take a look at where your mouth (or any other anatomical part) is headed!

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The urine analysis for chlamydia PCR sensitivity and specificity is generally > 90%, however you would have to check with your doctor on exactly what test was used and how the urine was collected. It is very unlikely that oral chlamydia or gonorrhea would cause orchiepididymitis, and the most common causes would be through sexual contact and the bacteria going through the urethra. However, bacteria can also be transmitted through anal sex, especially if there is a break in the skin/mucosa, as bacteria from your intestine (including E. coli) can enter the bloodstream there and infect the testes/epididymis. Based on your information, it sounds unlikely that your wife has an infection (such as oral chlamydia/gonorrhea) but there is still a low risk. If you are still concerned, it would be best to come down to the clinic or speak to the doctor who treated you.

Since gonorrhea is caused by bacteria, antibiotics are effective in treating it. Ceftriaxone is given in the form of oral pills or as injection. Often combination of drugs like ceftriaxone and azithromycin is recommended. It is difficult to treat complicated gonorrhea that has spread to other parts of the body. Otherwise oral gonorrhea can be managed with antibiotics of suitable dosage. Doxycycline like Oracea or monodox can be prescribed along with ceftriaxone. Pills like Factive are given in combination with azithromycin for quick recovery from symptoms.

Oral to oral gonorrhea

oral to oral gonorrhea

Hi,
The urine analysis for chlamydia PCR sensitivity and specificity is generally > 90%, however you would have to check with your doctor on exactly what test was used and how the urine was collected. It is very unlikely that oral chlamydia or gonorrhea would cause orchiepididymitis, and the most common causes would be through sexual contact and the bacteria going through the urethra. However, bacteria can also be transmitted through anal sex, especially if there is a break in the skin/mucosa, as bacteria from your intestine (including E. coli) can enter the bloodstream there and infect the testes/epididymis. Based on your information, it sounds unlikely that your wife has an infection (such as oral chlamydia/gonorrhea) but there is still a low risk. If you are still concerned, it would be best to come down to the clinic or speak to the doctor who treated you.

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