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Gonorrhoea - Specific Urethritis - Orchitis, Prostitis Homeopathy Specialty Treatment Hospital in Velachery, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India






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Gonorrhoea  - Specific  Urethritis

Gonorrhoea
Gonorrhoea is an infective condition, caused by the infection of mucous membrane, usually that of urethra in the male, or cervix uteri, the neck of uterus, in the female, with the organism gonococcus or Neisseria Gonorrhoea which is able to penetrate into the cells in the undamaged mucous membranes.

Causes:
The gonococcus is a gram positive diplococcus. It is a strict parasite and depends for spread upon direct transference from host to host. It spreads along mucosal surfaces and is also able to penetrate columnar epithelium producing an inflammatory response in the sub-mucosa. It is susceptible to environment and is rapidly killed by drying or by weak antiseptics. It seldom survives for more than a few hours outside the body except under conditions of artificial cultivation.

Modes of infection:
Sexual intercourse is by fat the most common and important mode of infection causing involvement of the lower genito-urinary tracts in both sexes. Infection may also be transmitted to the rectum in the passive homo-sexual and to the conjunctival sacs of adolescents or adults, also to those of newly-born infants by contamination with the infected genital secretions of the mother. 

Occasionally, accidental infection occurs in children due to poor standards of hygiene or close contact in bed. Little girls are particularly susceptible to infection, transmitted from their parents in this way. Spread of infection in schools and hospitals has been reported in the past.

Diagnosis:
 The organism is identified by the examination of the infected material by smear and culture an if necessary by sugar fermentation tests. Staining shows organisms which appear within the cytoplasm of leucocytes. Fermentation reactions differentiate the organisms from the other Neisseria.

Signs and symptoms :
The constitutional symptoms are not usually severe. The patient feels “off colour”, and there may be a dragging pain in the loins and the perineum, associated with constipation, with a dirty tongue and slight fever. These symptoms usually subside within a week or so. The local symptoms vary in the male and female patients, and so it is necessary to describe them separately as follows.

In the Male, the early symptoms are;
(1)Smarting in urethra, while urinating.
(2)Meatus is red and swollen, and urethra is usually tender on pressure, and a small amount of pus can be squeezed out from the meatus.
(3)The purulent discharge becomes free, yellow, and thick in a day or two.
(4)Desire for urination is frequent, but the act causes irritation.
(5)There may be haemorrhage also due to congestion.
(6)Urinary retention, due to congestion and spasm, is present. This stage lasts for about a week and then.
(7)The discharge becomes mucoid and glairy and, in an uncomplicated case, ceases in about six weeks to two months. This, however, does not mean that the patient is cured, as the gonococci are still present in urethra and complications follow a Chronic Gleet.

In Women the acute stage often escapes unnoticed, as the disease often passes to the adjacent organs and causes widespread damage, before one is able to detect it. The primary infection is commonly from an uncured gleet in the husband, though occasionally, it may be acquired from the infected closet seat, or fouled garments. It is a universal disease among prostitutes of all classes. 

Early symptoms are:
(1)Slight smarting and itching of external genitals which are red and oedematous and secrete thick yellow pus with a peculiar foetid odour; this may also be squeezed from the urethra.
(2) In adults, the vaginal mucosa escapes infection, and its normal pink walls are in marked contrast to the reddened vulva (cervicitis) and the neck of the uterus (metritis).The disease, if untreated, becomes chronic and complications set in.

Complications:

(a)In Males:
(1)  Chronic urethritis, due to the gonococci being narboured in the inflamed urethral glands, is manifested by a slight glairy urethral discharge or gleet, most noticeable on rising in the morning, and some redness at the meatus with a certain amount of local irritation.
(2)  Posterior Urethritis leads to frequent urination and a heavy sensation in the deep perineum.
(3)  Prostatitis occurs as a result of direct infection of the prostate duct from the posterior urethra.
(4) Vesiculitis. The seminal vesicles get inflamed and hot, and become enlarged and tender giving rise to symptoms akin to prostatitis.
(5)  Epididymitis and Orchitis. These are characterized by sudden pains and swelling of the epididymitis in the back part of the scrotum, and later, the testes become somewhat swollen and tender. Slight hydrocele may also be present.
(6)   Pus may be formed in the spermatic cord by extension of gonococcus infection.
(7)   Rare complications may be cystitis and pyelitis.
(8)   Besides, pus may be conveyed to the eye, the nose, and the rectum by contact, causing conjunctivitis, rhinitis and proctitis respectively.

(b)   In Women. The complications in females may be widespread and serious owing to direct communication between the uterine cavity and the peritoneum. These are:-
1.   Endo-Metritis (an infection of the lining membrane of the  uterus)
2.   Salpinggitis (inflammation of the fallopian tubes)
3.   Peritonitis which is frequently confined to the pelvis, but may become generalized and fatal.
4.   Bartholinitis (inflammation of Bartholin’s glands) which is common to prostitutes.
5.   Urethritis, Cystitis and pyelitis, to which every  women infected with gonorrhea, is exposed.

Diagnosis:
       This is made by:
1.   History of the exposure,
2.   Local signs including urethral pus,
3.   Microscopic examination of pus,and
4.   Compliment Fixation Test of the

PROSTATITIS
Local Complications. In males prostate gland is frequently affected, when the infection has reached the posterior urethra. Acute prostatitis causes fever, malaise,pain and dysuria. A hot tender swelling can be felt via the rectum. Retention of urine may occur. Chronic prostatitis may persist for many years and become a hidden focus of infection. There is an intermittent slight urethral discharge, or dysuria with long periods of remission. Nodules are palpable in the prostate via the rectum. The presence of prostatitis may be suspected by urinary symptoms, discomfort or pain in the back, pelvis or loins; chronic types may cause arthritis.

Treatment:
(a)Prostatitis:
        1. Aconite and Belladonna. These are two common remedies for all inflammations in the initial stage.
        2. Chimaphila is a good remedy for hypertrophy of prostate gland; when there is frequent urination and discomfort. Spongia is another remedy for this condition, particularly when spermatic, cord and testicles are swollen and red.
3. Ferrum picricatum. It is the best remedy for the prostatic enlargement or hypertrophy and inflammation in the aged. 3X potency is recommended.
4. Cimicifuga. One doctor speaks very highly of this remedy is prostatic hypertrophy.
5. Conium. Is also considered suitable for all kind of enlarged glands.
6. Lycopodium. For enlarged prostate and its inflammation, when there is pressure in the perineum, near the anus while urinating.
7. Sabal Serrulate. For prostatic troubles, both of inflammation and enlargement when the gland is hot, swollen and painful.  It is also works well in senile cases, and prevents operation.
8. Thuja. For both hypertrophy and inflammation, when there is frequent pressing to urinate with a small discharge and in so doing the patient strain much and there is much discharge of prostatic fluid in the morning on waking.

(b) Orchitis:
1.   Aconite. When there is fever and restlessness etc.
2.   Aurum. Chronic cases with pain in spermatic cord and testis.
3.   Belladonna. When the fever there is great intolerance of pain, with sensitive of nervous system.
4.   Clematis. (orch, scrotum,) as a result of suppressing of gonorrhea.
5.   Hamamelis. To be applied locally and even given internally when there is excessive local sensitiveness.
6.   Mercurius biniodide. When it is due to syphilis.
7.   Spongia. Chronic inflammation with aching and swelling of testis and cord.
8.   Pulsatilla. Acute orchitis, when the discharge becomes suppressive.
9.   Thuja. Recurrent attack of gonorrhea with complications of orchitis; possibly with figwarts or condylomata.

(C) gonorrhea:
1.   Aconite.                                                                                                 During acute stage when the urine is hot, burning, scanty and is passed with difficulty. (ii) at this initial stage, urethra  is dry, and has a crawling sensation; orifice is red and there is mental anxiety often.                                                                                     The discharge has no colour.

2.   Atropine 6X. Has been recommended as the best remedy for acute gonorrheal urithritis.

3.   Cannabis sativa.                                                                      This should be used after aconite, when the disease has localized itself and has a purulent discharge, great burning and pain on urinating.                                                                               The penis is red and swollen.                                                     Erection of penis is painful. 
    Urine is also tense and painful.                                             Potency selected should not be lower than 3X or 6X. 
    Cannabis is more useful when there is marked painful erection.

4.   Gelsemium. Good for inflammatory stage with great urethral soreness, burning and slight discharge.

5.   Cantharis. This is the best remedy, when the diseases shift from urethra to the bladder by suppression, and there is violent persistent tenesmus during urination. Intense sexual sexual excitement is another major symptom. There ought to be intense irritation with persistent erections which prevent urination. Burning in the neck of the bledder and the urethra, great dysuria, and constant desire exist. Urine which smells a violet. Cubeba also has this smell but this ropy discharge.

6.   Sepia. Gonorrhea in women, after acute symptoms have subsided.

7.   Agnus castus. Is good when acute symptoms have subsided. In this remedy there is no sexual desire.




Homeopathy Treatment  for Gonorrhoea
Symptomatic homeopathy medicine treatment helps for Gonorrhoea,  Its good to consult the doctor in person to get proper treatment for gonorrhea,


Whom to contact for Gonorrhoea Treatment
Dr.Senthil Kumar Treats many cases of all types of   Gonorrhoea, In his medical professional experience with successful results. Many patients get relief after taking treatment from Dr.Senthil Kumar.  Dr.Senthil Kumar visits Chennai at Vivekanantha Homeopathy Clinic, Velachery, Chennai 42. To get appointment please call 9786901830, +91 94430 54168 or mail to consult.ur.dr@gmail.com,


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