Gonorrhoea is not as common as Chlamydia. It is passed between people through:


  1. Unprotected vaginal, oral or anal sex
  2. Sharing sex toys which have not been washed
  3. From a pregnant woman to her baby.


There are hardly any symptoms of Gonorrhoea.

In Women:

  1. An unusual discharge from vagina, which may be yellow or green in color.
  2. Pain while passing out urine.
  3. Bleeding between periods.
  4. Pain in lower abdominal area.

In Men:

  1. An unusual discharge from the tip of the penis which may be white, yellow or green.
  2. Burning sensation while passing out urine.
  3. Swelling of the foreskin.
  4. Pain in testicles.

Getting Tested:

It is important to receive timely treatment for gonorrhea as soon as possible. If the treatment is delayed, then a person may have to face some serious health problems. Gonorrhoea is treated with a single dose of antibiotics.