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What are the symptoms of gonorrhea (drip, clap, GC)?

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What to Watch For:

  • Painful urination, whitish or yellowish discharge from penis.

NOTE: Some men have no symptoms, so make sure you get checked regularly.

How You Can Get It:

Spread during vaginal, anal, and oral sex with someone who has gonorrhea.

Long-term Effects if Untreated:

  • You can give gonorrhea to your sexual partners.
  • Can lead to more serious infection. Reproductive organs can be damaged.
  • Both men and women may no longer be able to have children.
  • Can cause heart trouble, skin disease, and blindness.
  • Can make it easier to get other STDs


Gonorrhea is curable with antibiotics.

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