an infection spread through sexual contact. In men, it most often infects the
urethra. In women, it usually infects the urethra,
cervix, or both. It also can infect the rectum, anus,
throat, and pelvic organs. In rare cases, it can infect the eyes.
Gonorrhea does not cause problems if you treat it right away. But if it’s
left untreated, it can lead to serious problems.
Sometimes gonorrhea is called the clap, drip, or
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