What are Symptoms and Signs Gonorrhea in Man

      The incubation period is very short, the man usually varies between 2-5 days, sometimes longer and this is because patients have to self-medicate, but with insufficient doses or very vague symptoms that are not noticed by the patient. In women, the incubation period is difficult to determine because it is generally asymptomatic.
     Clinical picture and complications of gonorrhea are very closely related to the composition of genital anatomy and physiology. Therefore, the necessary knowledge of the composition of male and female genital anatomy. Abnormalities apart from sexually genito-genital ways in men and women, can be orofaringitis, proctitis, and conjunctivitis.

Early infection and complications in Men

1. urethritis
clinical symptoms are the most common, acute anterior urethritis and can spread to the proximal, subsequently resulting in local complications, ascending, and disseminata. Subjective complaints include itching, feel hot in the distal urethra in urethral orifice eksternum, followed by dysuria, Polachysuria, duh out of the body from the tip of the urethra which is sometimes accompanied by blood, and accompanied by a feeling of pain during erection.
On examination the urethral orifice eksternum appear erythematous, edematosa, and ektropion. There are also a mucopurulent duh body, and in some cases can occur inguinal lymph node enlargement unilateral or bilateral.

2. Tysonitis
Tyson's glands are glands that produce smegma. Infection usually occurs in patients with very long prepuce and poor hygiene. Diagnosis is made based on the found pus or swelling of the frenulum area of tenderness. If the duct is closed, there will be an abscess and a source of latent infection.

3. Parauretritis
Often in people with urethral orifice open eksternum or hypospadias. Infection of the duct is characterized by pus in the second grain parauretra estuary.

4. Littritis
There are no specific symptoms, only in the urine was found the threads or grains. If one channel is blocked, follicular abscesses can occur. Diagnosis with urethroscope.

5. Cowperitis
When only the affected duct is usually asymptomatic. If infection occurs in Cowper's gland abscess may occur. Complaints of pain and bruising in the perineum area with full flavor and heat, pain during defecation, and dysuria. If left untreated abscess will burst through the skin of the perineum, urethra, or rectum and cause proctitis.

6. Prostatitis
Acute prostatitis is characterized by an uneasy feeling in the perineum and the suprapubic region, malese, fever, painful urination until hematuria, muscle spasm of the urethra resulting in urinary retention, tenesmus ani, difficult defecation, and obstipation.
On examination, palpable enlargement of the prostate with a rubbery consistency, tenderness, and fluctuation obtained when an abscess has occurred. If left untreated, the abscess will break, into the posterior urethra or rectum toward the cause proctitis.
When a chronic prostatitis, symptoms are mild and intermittent, but sometimes persist. Discomfort on the inside and perineum when sitting too long. On examination of the prostate feels supple, shaped node, and a little pain on pressure. Examination of the prostate is usually difficult to find the sequencing Diplococcus or gonococcus bacteria.

7. Vesikulitis
Vesikulitis is an acute inflammation of the seminal vesicles and ejaculatory ducts, can arise accompany acute prostatitis and acute epididymitis. Subjective symptoms resemble the symptoms of acute prostatitis, include fever, Polachysuria, terminal hematuria, pain during erection or ejaculation, and sperm contain blood. Examination of the rectum can be palpated through the seminal vesicles are swollen and hard like a sausage, extending above the prostate. Sometimes difficult to determine the limit of an enlarged prostate gland.

8. Vasdeferenitis or funikulitis
Symptoms such as feeling pain in the lower abdominal area on the same side.

9. Epididymitis
Acute epididymitis is usually unilateral and each is usually accompanied deferentinitis. Circumstances that facilitate the onset of epididymitis is trauma to the posterior urethra caused by incorrect or negligent handling of the patient himself. Factors influencing this situation include irrigation is too frequent, liquid irigator too hot or too thick, rugged instrumentation, sorting excessive prostate, or sexual activity and physical overload. Epididymitis and spermatic cord to swell and feel hot, so it resembles hydrocele testis is also secondary. At once pain suppression. When the two epididymis can cause sterility.

Ascending infection of the urethra posterior to the trigone urinary vesicles. Trigonitis cause symptoms of polyuria, terminal dysuria, and hematuria. Women and homosexual men who have sex through the anus (anal sex) may suffer from gonorrhea in the rectum. Patients will feel uncomfortable pain, pruritus, discharge, or tenesmus and discharge from the rectum. The area around the anus looks red and rough, and covered by mucous stool and pus.


  1. There is effective Urethritis Natural Treatment, which are also used to cure a urinary tract contamination.

  2. Chronic Urethritis Treatment includes antibiotics or other medications to kill the infection. Sex partners should be treated as well. It is imperative to refraining from sexual activity until the treatment is completed because infections can remain active even after your symptoms have disappeared.

  3. Among “alternative,”  Natural Treatment for Urethritis , a well-known aid in preventing UTIs in women is drinking unsweetened cranberry juice, which appear to have the effect of dropping the bacteria’s adhesion to bladder cells.