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Welcome to The Clap website. We hope to provide a useful and informative site for The Clap and many other STD'S. We have the latest information in an easy to read and understand format. Whats more, we also offer FREE personal advice, where you can get real direct support, which hopefully will help put your mind at rest. Finally, we offer solutions and treatment based upon the recommendations of both the CDC/FDA in America and the UK department of health.gonorrhea photos


If you think you might have The Clap, PLEASE DON'T PANIC


Really! Don't panic. You may think it's the end of the world, but its not. The Clap or Gonorrhea (Neisseria gonorrhoeae) as it is often called, is easily treatable, and also one of the most common of all sexually transmitted diseases, so you are not alone. Feel better already yeah?. Another thing is, that you might not even have it, yes that's right, many other STD'S have similar symptoms, so before you start thinking of ending it all, take some time to read through our guide.


Often these guides tell you about the history of the disease, but to be honest what happened 500 years ago won't help you now. Don't you agree? First things first, don't feel that you or your partner or person you have been with is dirty, they may not even know they have it, as many of the symptoms especially in women, are often difficult to notice, and can lay dormant. We will talk more about sex partners later. For now lets look at what parts of the body gets infected and some of the most common symptoms.



What is Gonorrhea?


Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Gonorrhea is caused by Neisseria gonorrhoeae, a bacterium that can grow and multiply easily in the warm, moist areas of the reproductive tract, including the cervix (opening to the womb), uterus (womb), and fallopian tubes (egg canals) in women, and in the urethra (urine canal) in women and men. The bacterium can also grow in the mouth, throat, eyes, and anus.


Parts of the body that can get infected with Gonorrhea


The parts of the body that this bacteria usually infects are the columnar epithelium of the urethra (tube where men's pee comes out) and endocervix (woman's version) Non-genital sites in which it thrives are in the rectum (arse), the oropharynx (throat/mouth) and the conjunctivae (corner of eye) of the eyes. The vulva and vagina in women are usually spared because they are lined by stratified epithelial cells—in women the cervix is the usual first site of infection. Gonorrhea spreads during sexual intercourse. Infected women also can pass gonorrhea to their newborn infants during delivery, causing eye infections (conjunctivitis) in their babies (which if left untreated, can cause blindness).



Symptoms of the The Clap / Gonorrhea


Gonorrhea infection may occur in the rectum, penis, cervix or throat. Both men and women may have no symptoms, and sometimes a woman's symptoms may be mistaken for a bladder or urinary tract infection. Remember, infected people who have no visible symptoms can still transmit the infection to others. For those who do have symptoms, they usually appear within two to seven days of infection, but this can take up to 30 days. Throat infections may cause a sore throat, though symptoms are rare.



Male Symptoms of the The Clap / Gonorrhea


Males usually have more pronounced symptoms. gonorrhea pictures


Symptoms usually appear between two and 14 days after sexual contact in men, but sometimes it can take up to 30 days for symptoms to appear. It is not unusual for males to have asymptomatic gonorrhea.


Symptoms include:


Abnormal discharge from penis (clear or milky white at first, and then Yellow or greenish, creamy, and excessive, sometimes blood-tinged discharge of pus (called gleet) and mucus from the penis).


Examination may show a reddened external urethral meatus.


Slow, difficult, and painful and frequent urination.


Infection may move into the prostate, seminal vesicles, and epididymis, causing testicular / scrotal pain, swelling and/or fever. 


Female Symptoms of the The Clap / Gonorrhea


Females often have few or no symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they may be mild and are frequently ignored.


    Symptoms usually appear 7 to 21 days after sexual contact in women (incubation period varies from as little as 2 days to as long as 30 days). A small number of people may be asymptomatic for up to a year. Between 30-60 percent of women with gonorrhea are asymptomatic or have subclinical disease.


    Symptoms include:

    Cervicitis (infection of the cervix).

    Swollen and painful glands at the opening of the vagina (Bartholin glands).

    Frequent urge to urinate with painful burning sensation. Difficulty urinating. Gonorrhea infection is often mistaken for a bladder infection or vaginal infection. There may be urethritis (inflammation of the urethra) with little dysuria or pus. The combination of urethritis and cervicitis on examination strongly supports a gonorrhea diagnosis as both sites are infected in most gonorrhea patients.

    Thick yellow, creamy, cloudy, pus-like or bloody abnormal discharge from the vagina. The cervix may appear anywhere from normal to the extreme of marked cervical inflammation (cervicitis) with pus.

    Abnormal menstrual bleeding, bleeding between periods, excessive bleeding during the menses. Bleeding during sexual intercourse.

    Acute inflammation and pain in the pelvic area (lower abdomen). Development of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) which includes pelvic pain and cramping, bleeding between menstrual periods along with fever and/or vomiting.

    Pain or tenderness with sexual intercourse (sometimes).

    Irritation of the genitals (vulva) and rectal infection.

    Throat infection.


Other Symptoms of the The Clap / Gonorrhea



Rectal infection (gonococcal proctitis) may affect both men and women and is often asymptomatic. If symptoms develop they may include:



    Creamy, pus-like discharge.

    Rectal itching.

    Painful bowel movement with blood in feces.

    Rectal bleeding.

Rectal infection is transmitted by penetrative anal sex and is diagnosed on rectal swab. Protoscopy may show an inflamed mucous membrane with little mucus. It cannot be treated with penicillin because rectal commensal bacteria in the rectum produce lactamase that protects the gonococcus from penicillin.


Gonococcal Pharyngitis infections of the throat are usually asymptomatic, but in some cases may cause a sore throat. This condition is diagnosed by a throat culture, utilizing a cotton swab. Most cases of gonococcal pharyngitis are caused by oral sex with a partner infected with gonorrhea.




Treatment of the The Clap / Gonorrhea



The good news is that in most cases it is easily treatable.

Now many of you out there are now panicing about what to do. Well you should go to your doctor or hospital, but that's easier said than done! Depending on what country you are in also plays a big part. If you can, go with the person who infected you or a good friend, moral support etc. And as I said before it is nothing to be ashamed of, it is now one of the most common std's out there, so you are not setting any trends! Read More!


Latest Treatment Options from the CDC in America are below.



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Due to the increase of drug resistant Gonorrhea the CDC is recommending dual antibiotic treatment. Either continue to read the rest of this page or you can find the same information on the CDC link here


Alternative regimens

If ceftriaxone injection is not available:


Cefixime 400 mg (SUPRAX) in a single oral dose


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