gonorrhea:Also known as: Neisseria gonorrhea , a sexually-transmitted-disease (STD) caused by a kidney-shaped bacterium called Neisseria-gonorrheae . Gonorrhea is almost always passed through unprotected anal, vaginal, or oral-sex . Babies can get gonorrhea in their eyes at birth if their mother is infected . SYMPTOMS: Symptoms develop from 2-30 days after infection. IN MEN: A yellowish discharge from the penis , burning/itching around tip of penis , painful and frequent urination . +/- 20% of infected men show no symptoms. In later stages, the infection may move into the prostate , seminal vesicles, and epididymis. Untreated, gonorrhea can lead to sterility. IN WOMEN: +/- 50% of women show no symptoms or symptoms so mild they are ignored. Early symptoms include increased vaginal-discharge , irritation of the external genitals , pain or burning on urination and abnormal-bleeding between periods. If untreated, the infection will usually spread to the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries causing pelvic-inflammatory-disease (PID). TREATMENT: Standard antibiotics, usually a member of the penicillin family .
dose of the clap(s)
hat-and-cap (rhyming slang)
horse-and-trap (rhyming s.)
See Also: antiblennorrhagic, bacterial sexually transmitted diseases, bacterial STDs, Barnwell ague, big G, blennorrhea, blue balls, blueballs, bulldog dose, burn, burner, cervicitis, clap trap, clap, the, clap-shouldered, clapped-up, clappy, clapster, claptrap, cold in the dong, Covent Garden ague, crinkum(s), cunnilinguate, dose, dose of clap, dose of drip, dose of the clap, dose of the drip, double event, drip, dripper, dripsy, Drury Lane ague, fellate, French ache(s), French crown, French disease, French fever, French goods, French gout, French measles, French pig, French pox, full hand, full house, GC, gentleman's complaint, gleet, glue, gon, gonny, gonorita, gonorrhea, gonorrheal infection, hat and cap, have the ninety day blues, horse and trap, little casino, load, malady of France, morning dew drop, morning drip, morning drop, Neisseria gonorrheae, Neisserian infection, NGU, nine day blues, nongonococcal urethritis, old dose, pelvic inflammatory disease, Penicillinase Producing Neisseria Gonorrhea, pick up a nail, PID, piss pins and needles, pissing pins and needles, PPNG, preventable disease, quean, Spanish gout, Spanish needle, Spanish pip, Spanish pox, spring a leak, tear in the eye, tear in the lily, urethritis, venereology, vice disease, whites, the, winter coals
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