gonorrhea symptom time frame
Feb 27, 2001
How long does it take for symptoms of gonorrhea to begin to show?
Response from Mr. Kull
Symptoms generally occur two to ten days following exposure to a partner infected with gonorrhea. Some people may take longer to manifest symptoms, and many people will not have any symptoms at all. Symptoms are usually characterized by burning or pain when urinating (peeing) and/or a pus-like discharge.
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