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    1. Gonorrhea - Symptoms

      About half of people infected with gonorrhea don't have symptoms. The incubation period-the time from exposure to the bacteria until symptoms develop-is usually 2 to 5 days, but sometimes symptoms may not develop for up to 30 days.

    2. Gonorrhea - When To Call a Doctor

      Gonorrhea causes no long - term problems if it is treated early in the course of the infection before any complications develop. Untreated gonorrhea can lead to many complications.

    3. Gonorrhea - What Happens

      Chlamydia does not cause long-term problems if it is treated early. Left untreated, chlamydia can lead to many complications, especially for women.

    4. Genital Warts (Human Papillomavirus) - What Increases Your Risk

      Learn about factors that increase risk of becoming infected with a sexually transmitted disease, such as genital warts.

    5. Sexual Problems in Women - Topic Overview

      Hormonal factors may play a role in erection problems (erectile dysfunction). Men who produce low levels of the hormone testosterone (a condition known as hypogonadism) may have decreased sexual desire. A blood test is usually done if your doctor suspects this problem. But few men with erection problems have low testosterone production. Producing high levels of the hormone prolactin ...

    6. Gonorrhea - Treatment Overview

      Chlamydia can be cured with antibiotics. Untreated chlamydia can lead to many complications.

    7. Bacterial Vaginosis - Home Treatment

      Home treatment is never an appropriate treatment for a sexually transmitted disease (STD).

    8. Gonorrhea - Medications

      Antibiotic treatment, when taken exactly as directed, normally cures chlamydia infections. If antibiotics are not taken properly, the infection will not be cured. Learn more.

    9. Sexually Transmitted Infections - Preparing For Your Appointment

      A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Exposure to Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

    10. Gonorrhea - What Increases Your Risk

      Risk factors for getting chlamydia include having unprotected sex, having more than one sex partner, and having a high-risk partner or partners.

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