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Learn More About Gonorrhea Testing

Are You at Risk for Gonorrhea?
Like all STDs and STIs, you are at risk of becoming infected with gonorrhea if you are sexually active. Getting tested not only protects your health, but you partner’s sexual health as well. While abstinence is the best way to avoid gonorrhea and others STDs, it’s not always practical for couples in long-term monogamous relationship…
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Complications Associated with Gonorrhea
Like many STDs, if gonorrhea is left untreated it can cause irreversible damage. Though the infection itself can be cured typically with antibiotics, any damage that has been done to the reproductive tract up to that point cannot usually be reversed and for many this can result in fertility problems…
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Do I Need to be Tested for Gonorrhea?
If you are sexually active, you run the risk of becoming infected with gonorrhea and many other sexually transmitted infections and diseases. Getting tested not only protects your health, but you partner’s sexual health as well. It’s suggested that you should get tested if you have multiple or even one new partner, engage in high risk or unprotected sexual activity or before you enter into a monogamous relationship…
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Facts About Gonorrhea
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that each year in the United States nearly 700,000 people become infected with gonorrhea. Knowing your STD status is important not only for your own sexual health, but for the health of your partner as well…
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Prevention and Healthy Lifestyle Tips
After learning about gonorrhea, you may be feeling slightly overwhelmed. If you have just been diagnosed, be sure to follow the advice of your doctor and you should be back on track very soon. If you do not have gonorrhea, here are some tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for keeping it that way…
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