What is Gonorrhea?
Gonorrhea is another common STD. Many men don’t show symptoms of this STD, but when they do, it can include a white, yellow or green urethral discharge one to 14 days after infection. Most women don’t show symptoms either, and when they do, they’re often mistaken for bladder or other vaginal infections.
Another fact: even if you’ve been treated for gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia before, you could still get infected again. Getting tested for STDs is the only way to know if you have an infection. Get treated early to avoid spreading it toother partners.
Even if you or your partner seem healthy, using condoms or dental dams is your best prevention against gonorrhea.