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Author Topic: Drug-resistant gonorrhea  (Read 3869 times)

Indeed. Another point with telling your GP is it will go on your medical records which I don't want to happen, so I go straight to a GUM and always give a false name.

ALSO, recently there was a data leak from the Dean Street clinic in London so never believe that cant happen to you is my advice to punters. So if you care go anonymous, if you test positive that might have to change but as long as you test negative its the wise thing to do in my view.
Indeed, I am due to return for a check up and to complete the hep b vaccination, bar my actual date of birth all other information I have given theme is false

Offline smiths

Indeed, I am due to return for a check up and to complete the hep b vaccination, bar my actual date of birth all other information I have given theme is false

Very wise. :thumbsup:

Very wise. :thumbsup:
Is quite surreal when you are sitting in the waiting room while they call out your fake name,last time she had to shout out three times before I remembered it was me  :D

Offline smiths

Is quite surreal when you are sitting in the waiting room while they call out your fake name,last time she had to shout out three times before I remembered it was me  :D

Yes that can be a problem. :D

It's by no means the first time it has been mentioned, there have been numerous discussions about this super strain which is resistant to antibiotics, of course it is a concern but I don't think I will be giving up owo just yet but people should be aware of it and make their own judgement

This is the first report of this outbreak which started six months ago, and that outbreak is the first of such a resistant strain in the UK. Whilst there have been many discussions of such resistant strains they've not been based upon a UK occurrence.



This is the first report of this outbreak which started six months ago, and that outbreak is the first of such a resistant strain in the UK. Whilst there have been many discussions of such resistant strains they've not been based upon a UK occurrence.
I will repeat again,talk of super ghonnorea which is resistant to antibiotics has been discussed on here before,search on here if you don't believe me

I will repeat again,talk of super ghonnorea which is resistant to antibiotics has been discussed on here before,search on here if you don't believe me
Correct earliest mention in 2013, just a recycled story by the press to batter GP's .  Is their pay review coming up ?

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=12605.msg191079;topicseen#msg191079

again in June

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=7319.msg107291;topicseen#msg107291



I will repeat again,talk of super ghonnorea which is resistant to antibiotics has been discussed on here before,search on here if you don't believe me

Thank you - I did not say it had not been discussed before - so I will repeat again, that this is the first time an outbreak in the UK has been discussed.

Thank you - I did not say it had not been discussed before - so I will repeat again, that this is the first time an outbreak in the UK has been discussed.
Do you mean first case in the UK ? And before the discussion was about the potential for immigrants or travellers to bring it in as it wasn't here before?

Do you mean first case in the UK ? And before the discussion was about the potential for immigrants or travellers to bring it in as it wasn't here before?

This is the first time I've seen it reported, so maybe it is the first example in the UK.

However, the reports online (BBC, Guardian etc) describe this as the first national alert for such a strain, and says the outbreak started in March. I wonder if there have been cases before which were not publicly reported as this has now been.

Offline megadik

Scary!!!!!

Its already spread From This Thread to yours  :D

 :lol: :lol:  sorry for the duplicate.. someone more quicker than me ..  :D

Offline OakTree

I will repeat again,talk of super ghonnorea which is resistant to antibiotics has been discussed on here before,search on here if you don't believe me

It's my understanding that it's not totally resistant to all antibiotics but to the ones usually used against it.



jcdmj12

It's my understanding that it's not totally resistant to all antibiotics but to the ones usually used against it.

Yep, some of the 2nd line antibiotics which are effective against it (e.g. gentamicin) are really nasty though; can damage your hearing, kidneys, and require a hospital stay to administer. Try explaining that one to the missus. 

jcdmj12

Uh-oh.  From:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3629839/

Quote
Exposure of Neisseria spp. to antimicrobials (for treatment of gonorrhea or other infections) can result in the selection of resistant strains, due to spontaneous gene mutations and/or acquisition of whole or parts of resistance genes. The commensal Neisseria spp. frequently inhabit the human body and, consequently, are exposed more frequently to antimicrobials than the transiently acquired gonococcus. Thus, resistance may initially emerge in commensal Neisseria spp., which act as a reservoir of AMR genes that can be readily transferred to gonococci through transformation, particularly in pharyngeal gonorrhea [1,17,34–36]. Pharyngeal gonorrhea is mostly asymptomatic, and gonococci and commensal Neisseria spp. can coexist for extended time periods in the pharynx and share genetic material.

Translation - gonorrhoea spread via OWO is more likely to be multi-drug resistant because it acquires resistance genes from related commensal (non-pathogenic - 'good') bacteria which live in the nose/throat.

Still trying to find out what the treatment protocol is for the strain in the North of England, though.
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Offline Diehard


would taking a good high quality mouthwash to the punt in a bag and using it as soon as the punt finished help in reducing the risk?
i was with a russian lady who after the punt went straight for what looked like some kind of mouth wash

Offline cueball

would taking a good high quality mouthwash to the punt in a bag and using it as soon as the punt finished help in reducing the risk?


Might burn a bit on your bell end

Might burn a bit on your bell end
tiger balm is the best for that, remember using it at cream fields and went for a piss without thinking !  £30 of bottled water to semi cure !

Thank you - I did not say it had not been discussed before - so I will repeat again, that this is the first time an outbreak in the UK has been discussed.
It's not. ..,This is a case of lost and not found :hi:

It's not. ..,This is a case of lost and not found :hi:

It clearly is the first - and potentially a big deal - which is why the OP made the post - and quite rightly - it is important to highlight it. Antibiotic resistant STDs in Tokyo or the US - I don't punt there so I'm unlikely to be affected by them - when they appear here in the UK, it's more likely I, and other UK based punters may be.
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