Patient Comments: Gonorrhea In Women - Diagnosis

How was your gonorrhea diagnosed?

Comment from: Tears, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: October 28

I was diagnosed with gonorrhea after a month of constant pain in stomach. When first persistent pain kicked in after my menstrual period, I went to the doctor. They tested me but couldn't find out. Three weeks later when I saw a gynecologist, her test showed it.

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