Gonorrhoea is a sexually transmitted infection that can cause serious health implications if left undetected. The infection can be transmitted through unprotected vaginal, anal and oral sex.
Female symptoms
  • An unusual discharge that may be thick, green or yellow in colour
  • Pain when passing urine
Male symptoms
  • An unusual discharge from the tip of the penis which may be white, yellow or green in colour
  • Pain when passing urine
  • Inflammation of the foreskin
Early diagnosis of Gonorrhoea will reduce any risks of complications developing. The only way of knowing whether you have the infection is to be tested. This may include an examination and swab to   test for sexually transmitted disease, which can include urine samples.
To find out more go to the FPA website - www.fpa.org.uk

Getting tested

If you are under 25 then you can come along and see the Choices nurse on Thursdays 11.30am-2.30pm (term time)
If you are over 25 or want to go off campus then follow this link for more getting tested information