We have published a few articles on vaginal fungus and warts, and how Aloe can help heal, but by the comments that our visitors have sent us, there’s people who consult us without previous medical diagnoses on how to use it for these diseases that they think they have. In some cases, we found more symptoms characteristic of other venereal diseases that may resemble warts or fungus, but clearly are other symptoms and in such cases you should go see a specialist immediately.
We believe that this important entry will allow you to see the differential symptomatology and especially make it very clear for the umpteenth time that this is not a medical website nor it is managed by doctors, it is merely a website about Aloe Vera and its uses.
We urge you to see the doctor to assess your symptoms, as Aloe Vera can be a natural complement to many diseases, but it is still that, a supplement; it can’t replace a doctor, let alone self-diagnose.
Using specific drugs for each disease has its own rationale, its own medical studies and proved reliability, there are certain things that a specialized pharmacology that accompanies medical treatment is necessary, as infections are often treated with antibiotics, but Aloe does not fulfill such function, and we have never tried to replace a doctor, we just seek to inform about this plant, its uses and limitations.
Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae, which can grow and multiply easily in the warm, moist areas of the reproductive tract, including the cervix (opening to the womb), uterus and fallopian tubes (also egg canals) in women, and the urethra (urine canal) in both women and men. The bacterium can also grow in the mouth, throat, eyes and anus.
Gonorrhea is spread through contact with the penis, vagina, mouth or anus. There’s no need for ejaculation to transmit or get gonorrhea. Gonorrhea can also be transmitted from mother to child during childbirth.
Symptoms in Men
While it is likely that many men with gonorrhea have no symptoms, some signs and symptoms can manifest from two to five days after the infection is transmitted. Some symptoms may take up to 30 days to appear. Signs and symptoms include a burning sensation when urinating and a white, yellow or green penis discharge. Sometimes men with gonorrhea get painful or swollen testicles.
Symptoms in women:
Most women with gonorrhea have no symptoms, and if they do, they are mild. Even when they have symptoms, they can be so non-specific that are confused with the symptoms of a vaginal infection or cystitis. Early symptoms and signs in women include a painful or burning sensation when urinating, increased vaginal discharge, or vaginal bleeding between periods. Women with gonorrhea are at risk for serious complications from the infection, regardless of the presence or severity of symptoms.
On several comments on vaginal fungi we found women feeling pain or a burning sensation when urinating, it’s not like mushrooms, this is more typical of gonorrhea, and if there are further vaginal discharges, it must be diagnosed properly if by fungus or gonorrhea, as it seems that many people want to self-diagnose without a doctor and we urge them to see a specialist, because wanting to reaffirm home diagnostic is something clearly dangerous. Hope this post will make women take more seriously their infections or changes in the status of their vaginal discharges, you can’t just self-diagnose and treat it with Aloe Vera, it is not effective.