What are the symptoms of male gonorrhea patients? What can be diagnosed as gonorrhea when urinating
Gonorrhea is a common sexually transmitted disease, with a high incidence rate among the population. As the saying goes, there are important differences between things, but in fact, there are also differences between acute and slow gonorrhea. The early symptoms of gonorrhea are not obvious and are not easy to attract people's attention. So, what are the symptoms of chronic gonorrhea? In fact, gonorrhea has a long history in China. It can be said that the injury is permanent. Next, we will investigate with Xiaobian that the injury is permanent and the symptoms of chronic gonorrhea.
When suffering from chronic gonorrhea, gonococcal diplococcus enters the bulbar, membrane and prostate of the urethra backward along the male urethra, causing chronic inflammation in these parts. The state is also very different, usually without special symptoms. When the patient's resistance is reduced (diarrhea, high fever, alcoholism, excessive fatigue, etc.)
There is a slight burning sensation, tingling sensation, itching sensation or urge to urinate when urinating. Sometimes there is a sharp pain in the prostate area, and there is no obvious increase in urethral secretion. Only when I get up in the morning, I find that there is a paste phenomenon at the urethral orifice. Press the deep part of the urethra with your fingers, and you can see a small amount of thin mucus flowing out.
When pressing the perineum and prostate area, the compression pain is significant, radiating to the front end of the penis, sacrum, testicles, etc. When prostatitis and cystitis are obvious, convulsive urine tingling and spastic urine tingling at the end of urination, blood can be seen in the final urine, and urination disorders occur. When the lesion is limited to the urethra, it will cause ejaculation pain, bloody semen and purulent semen.
The above is Xiaobian's analysis. I hope that Xiaobian's analysis can help you to some extent. In fact, the harm of gonorrhea is known to all, but little attention is paid to gonorrhea. We only know that its harm is great, but we do not know how to protect ourselves from the harm of gonorrhea. The editor reminds everyone that once he is ill, he must go to a regular hospital for treatment in time, so as not to delay his illness, miss the best treatment opportunity and cause serious impact.