Natural remedy and cure for Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea  (from Latin gonorrhoia where gonos means
“seed” and rhoe means
“flow”) is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection that tends to
attack the mucous membranes of the body. Stastitics has  shown that it is the second most common 
sexually transmitted disease worldwide; the first being Chlamydia.
The bacteria is mostly found
in the warm and moist body cavities of both men and women and it has been found
to be  highly contagious.
Colloquially known as “the clapor “the drip” is a common human sexually transmitted infection caused
by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
The usual symptoms in men are burning with urination and penile discharge.
Women, on the other hand, are asymptomatic half the time or have vaginal
discharge and pelvic pain. In both men and women if gonorrhea is left
untreated, it may spread locally causing epididymitis or pelvic inflammatory
disease or throughout the body, affecting joints and heart valves.
Or in men it can cause  an inflammation of the
epididymis, prostate gland, or urethral structure, all of which can be far more
difficult to treat. Gonorrhea has
also been found to be the most common cause of female 
is commonly with ceftriaxone as antibiotic resistance has developed to many
previously used medications. This is typically given in combination with either
azithromycin or doxycycline, as gonorrhea infections may occur along with
chlamydia, an infection which ceftriaxone does not cover. Some strains of
gonorrhea have begun showing resistance to this treatment, which will make
infection more difficult to treat.




Gonorrhea is caused by the
growth and proliferation of the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae. The disease can
survive in the eye, rectum, mouth, penis, throat, or vagina. This means that it
can be transmitted through any variety of sexual contact. 

Once infected, a
person runs a high risk of spreading the bacteria to other parts of their body.
For instance, someone with gonorrhea may rub his or her eye, inadvertently
spreading the infection and elongating the treatment period. The infection can
also be spread from mothers to babies during childbirth.
Most  sexually active person can become infected
with gonorrhea. Rates of infection are highest among teenagers and young adults
between the ages of 15 and 29. Those who have been diagnosed with and treated
for gonorrhea in the past have no resistance to the bacteria.




From our consulting
experience it has been found that symptoms usually start appearing between two
and ten days after exposure.It can take up to 30 days to occur and are
sometimes moderate that they are mistaken for something else. Most women with
gonorrhea show no symptoms.
green, or white discharge from the penis
swelling and/or pain
during urination.
SYMPTOMS IN WOMEN INCLUDE:                                                  
green, or white vaginal discharge
       Pain or burning
during urination
       Pain in the
pelvic region
bleeding (between periods)
(swelling of the vulva)
after intercourse.
If the infection 
spread to the rectum, it can cause 
anal itching, anal discharge, and
painful bowel movements. Gonorrhea, as a result of oral sex, can also occur in
the throat, characterized by burning sensations and swollen glands. Many women
with gonorrhea interpret the symptoms as those of a yeast infection due to the
vaginal discharge.


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