Gonorrhea is a common venereal disease, generally occurs in men, will cause great harm to the patient’s body, while the patient will feel inferior, must be actively treated to prevent certain harm to the body. What is the cause of gonorrhea in men?
1. Do not pay attention to the hygiene of sexual life
Gonorrhea is a disease transmitted by genitals. If you do not pay attention to hygiene in sexual life, you will be infected with the disease. 99% of gonorrhea is caused by sexual contact. Gonorrhea infection is very fast, the infection rate is high, generally within 3 days of infection.
2. Low autoimmunity
When men’s immune system is low, they may be infected with gonorrhea by contacting secretions secreted by gonorrhea patients and tools contaminated by gonorrhea patients, such as sharing towels, toilet rings, quilts with gonorrhea patients.
3. Traumatic infection
When the patient’s skin is damaged, the virus may invade the body through small cracks in the mucosa or skin, gradually latent in the body, pathogenic bacteria multiply in large numbers, and when they multiply to a certain number, the patient gets sick.
What are the hazards of gonorrhea in men?
1. Gonococcal balanoposthitis
Gonorrhea will appear purulent secretions, these secretions will stimulate the foreskin and the glans, the beginning of patients will appear local burning and itching, and even edema and erosion of the foreskin.
In addition, some patients will also have mild erosion of the glans. In severe cases, the foreskin will not be turned up, the glans will be swollen, and even secondary inflammatory phimosis will occur.
2. Gonorrheal accessory urethritis
The accessory urethra is usually in an open state, around the external orifice of the urethra. Patients with gonorrhea are particularly vulnerable when the accessory urethra appears, patients have obvious inflammation, and a large number of gonococci are detected in purulent secretions, which is the source of infection of the disease.
3. Gonorrheal urethral stricture
Suffering from chronic gonorrhea is not treated in time, a few months or years later, the patient is prone to urethral stricture, initially the patient has no discomfort symptoms, but with the passage of time, the patient feels that urination is not smooth, urine increases, urine is not direct, if not treated in time, it will lead to life-threatening.
Patients should never have sex during treatment. Otherwise, the genitals become congested and bloated, the symptoms worsen, and the virus can be transmitted to others. In addition, choose a regular hospital for treatment, pay attention to rest, do not overwork the body, do not eat spicy food and hair, do not drink, do personal hygiene