Learn The Symptoms In Both Males And Females: Symptoms in male include blood tinged urine, burning or pain when urinating, discharge from the penis (yellow, green, or white in colour), swollen or tender testicles, and painful or swollen tip of the penis which is red in colour. In addition, frequent urination and sore throat are also symptoms of gonorrhea.
Symptoms in women can be very mild compared to that in men, which can be mistaken for a different type of infection. The only way bacteria can be detected is by doing specific antibody detection (serological test) and culture (taking a sample of the infected area and see what organism grows).
Symptoms in women include; pain or burning when urinating, vaginal discharge (smell like yeast at times), painful sexual intercourse, sore throat, fever and severe pain can be felt if the infecting gets to the fallopian tubes.