Chlamydia Info

This section gives you all you need to know about chlamydia and gonorrhoea: the signs and symptoms, how to avoid it, what to do if you think you have it.

Gonorrhoea Symptoms

Gonorrhoea can affect the throat or rectum (bum) as well as the genital area depending on the sex you have had. If you think this is a risk, you should tell the doctor or nurse who can then take a sample from your throat or rectum to be absolutely sure.

10% of men and 80% of women have no symptoms but symptoms may include:

In Women
In Men

In Women

  • Vaginal discharge (white, yellow or green)
  • The need to go to pee more often (frequency)
  • Pain when peeing or having sex
  • Lower abdominal pain (stomach)
  • Painful sex
  • Post coital bleeding

In Men

Most people (70%) don't have any symptoms but if you do have any, it may be one or more of the following:

  • A white, yellow, or green discharge from the tip of the penis
  • Pain when peeing
  • Pain or tenderness in the balls (testicles)

What if I or my partner have Gonorrhoea symptoms?

If either of you have symptoms and are worried that it may be a sexually transmitted infection, you should seek help from a Sexual and Reproductive Clinic, GUM Clinic or your GP. Find the nearest place for an STI Test (STD Test).

Where can I get Treated?

Want to know where you can tested or treated? Find the clinic or pharmacy nearest your postcode.

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