Gonorrhoea treatment involves an injection and tablets. If you have tested positive for gonorrhoea or had sex with someone who has tested positive, you will need to make an appointment at one of our clinics in order to get treatment. We like to take a culture swab to test for gonorrhoea antibiotic sensitivity.
The number of cases of gonorrhea has rocketed over recent years – Public Health England reported that numbers more than doubled between 2008 and 2015, increasing from nearly 15,000 to more than 41,000. However, there was a slight decrease in 2016. Condoms significantly reduce the risk of contracting STDs & help to prevent Gonorrhoea symptoms in men & women.
For more information on Gonorrhoea see the samedaydoctor STD infection guide.