Medical background of Gonorrhoea
What is Gonorrhea? Gonorrhea is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Neisseria Gonorrhoeae. Neisseria is an STD, that means it is sexually transmitted, and unprotected sex is the main cause of gonorrhea. The bacteria Neisseria can be spread when an open sore, for example, vagina or penis, is broken and in turn becomes infected.
Gonorrhea is one of the most very common sexually transmitted infections. There is no need to be too alarmed as there is extremely good news. This news is that it is very treatable. However, in most of the cases it is treated with antibiotics but we should still look to protect ourselves from being infected with it whenever we can. Antibiotics are the only available treatment for gonorrhea, but treatment is only recommended when staphylococcus is detected in the cervix and it can be treated with antibiotics.
Prior to this the only way that the condition was treatable was with the slow introduction of a course of mercury injections. The only issue with this medical approach is that it was pretty ineffective and also mercury is itself a poison. The other thing hampering the initial research was that the medical community at the time also did not have any knowledge of bacteria and those that did had a hard time convincing the others that they might be at fault. Luckily now we have Home STI kits Bexley health provide free. Go to https://www.bexleysexualhealth.org/home_sti_kits/ to get one.