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Gonorrhea due to sex. The disease is not cleared as said by the physician. Can it be true?

my husband had affair 18 months ago, and got gonorrhea , he recieved medication , today he went to clinic and they told him he has a mild gonorrhea and did he go back for a follow up when he first got it in 18 months, he said he didnt as he thought the tablets cleared it , he told them he has only has sex with me since the affair, obviously i have gone mad over this and dont believe him but he insists he hasnt has intercourse since only with me . The clinic says he might not have cleared up , is this true
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query,based on the facts that you have posted it appears that your husband has acquired Gonorrhoea after having sex with other woman which was treated with antibiotics

.However during his recent visit your Dr has reported it to be incompletely cured Iit is possible that it has not been completely cured .

This is known fact that infection remains dormant for couple of months and recurs again without any sexual contact especially if the Gonococcal infection is incompletely and iltreated
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