Gonorrhea Project - Part 1
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Hi, Ms. Fields, welcome to the Zack Medical Centre, what brings you here today?
My daughter has not been feeling well
I’ve been having a painful sensation when urinating, vaginal discharge, Vaginal bleeding between periods, The need to urinate more frequently, heavier periods or spotting, sore throat, fever sharp pain in the lower abdominal pain when having any sexual intercourse
Gonorrhea?! What is it?!
Those symptoms match the symptoms of Gonorrhea but we will have to check you.
The disease can be spread by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone that already has gonorrhea. If you are pregnant and you have gonorrhea, you can pass on the disease to your baby during childbirth if the baby touches an infection.
Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease long for STD that can infect both men and women. Gonorrhea can cause infection in the genitals, rectum and throat and its caused by a bacterium called Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
That’s impossible! My daughter is very responsible and she is not seeing anyone.
Well, now, we will have to test her. We will have to swab your vagina and we will need a sample of your urine
Can I get rid of it?
The results show you have gonorrhea
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