Gonorrhea is a very harmful disease, so it is obviously important to treat it and cure gonorrhea disease it as soon as possible. Before antibiotics came along, treatment often involved thoroughly uncomfortable and often ineffective procedures such as squirting silver compounds up the urethra or into the vagina.
There were also a dozens of gonorrhea natural cures used, such as vinegar or whiskey douches, or ice packs. Forget all of them. Fortunately, gonorrhea can be treated effectively with antibiotic drugs.
When antibiotics are prescribed, it’s extremely important for you to take them exactly as the doctor directs, and to take them all, until they are gone, not just until symptoms ease up. Many people stop taking the antibiotic after a couple of days, as soon as symptoms seem better, but than have the infection right back again a week later.
And this, of course, contributes to the development of antibiotic-resistant germs, too, since it is the germs that can fight off antibiotic the best that survive and multiply and cause the reinfection.
Treating and curing both partners at the same time is also essential to prevent the spread of the infection to others. This means that an infected person has to be certain that his or her sex partners goes in for examination or treatment too.
Of course it would be good news if a vaccine could be found to protect people from gonorrhea. But so far no such vaccine has developed.So the best protection anyone has today is prevention.