Usually asymptomatic, but in some cases from the 3rd week of contact there may be stinging on urinating or abnormal fluid from the vagina, penis or anus.
Gonorrhea & mycoplasma genitalium
People who have symptoms will appear between day 2 and 10 of being infected in the case of gonorrhea. Mycoplasma genitallium has a slow incubation (2 to 6 months) so it is difficult to determine when the infection occurred. Symptoms can be the following:
Although many people infected with chlamydia, gonorrhea or mycoplasma genitalium have no symptoms, if you have any of the following, you should consider testing:
In men, stinging on urination, burning, itching, discharge from the penis;
In women: burning or painful urination, altered discharge, pain during sex.
For both sexes: sore throat, tonsillitis, pus in the throat, rectal secretions, rectal burning or pain, abnormal feeling with stools.
- According to Open House, 60% of Chlamydia & M. Genitailium infections in men (in the urethra) have no symptoms and 30% of cases of gonorrhea. Multiple scientific publications support this figure.
- In the cervix and throat infections 90% of show no symptoms.
- You can only be 100% sure of not having Chlamydia, Gonorrhea or M. Genitalium by doing tests.