STI symptoms: ‘Unusual discharge’ is a warning sign of gonorrhoea in men warns the NHS

Gonorrhoea can be treated, but crucially, the condition must be treated quickly otherwise there may be complications.

In women gonorrhoea can spread to the reproductive organs and during pregnancy can cause a miscarriage, premature birth and labour, and the baby being born with conjunctivitis.

However, if the infection is caught early, it is unlikely to lead to any complications.

The consequences in men are less numerous with the infection causing a painful infection that can lead to fertility problems in some cases.

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