The best way is to abstain from sex or practice safe sex. Using a condom correctly and consistently dramatically reduces the risk. The risk can be lowered by using condoms (male or female) every time you have oral, vaginal or anal sex. Don't share sex toys or if you do wash them before use. Don't have sexual relations with anyone infected with the bacteria; since you can't tell who's infected, you both need to get tested before you have sex.
Remember this: a girl who says she doesn't mind if you don't wear a condom, says the SAME THING to every guy she sleeps with. Read: girls who don't use condoms are the last girls you shouldn't be using condoms with.
Use a latex condom to lower your chance of getting gonorrhea.
Make sure you always use protection when having sex
Protected intercourse (prophylactic) or abstinence
Dont Have Sex With Someone Who Has It,Get Yourself Tested,Have Your Partner Tested,Use A Condom.
Use a condom - and get tested regularly !
these media contain substances that accelerate the growth of required pathogens only and prevent or slow down the growth of other microorganisms. example: XLD agar: it is used for the growth of salmonellae and shiggellae. the bile salts present in this media prevent the growth of many fecal commensals.
Before antibiotics silver nitrate was put into newborn babies eyes to prevent gonorrhea contraction from the mother.
Gonorrhea and HIV have the same risk factors. Patients with HIV should be tested annually for gonorrhea. All patients with gonorrhea should be tested for HIV.
Georges Luys has written: 'A text-book on gonorrhea and its complications' -- subject(s): Gonorrhea
Of course. Gonorrhea can be contracted through virtually any genital contact regardless of the sex of the parties involved.
NG is typical
Gonorrhea may occasionally cause a rash if it is not treated promptly. This symptom is not the most common presentation of gonorrhea.
No, sex during menstruation does not cause gonorrhea. Gonorrhea is an STD, it would be transmitted via sex.