How does gonorrhea enter the body?
Neisseria gonorrhea (the bacteria that causes gonorrhea) can enter the body in several ways. Usually it enters the male through the urethra, and the female through the vagina. It can also enter the body through the anus, the mouth, or the eyes (in the case of a baby born vaginally to an infected mother). Once in the body, it can spread to other organs if it is untreated. This is slightly more likely to happen in women, who often do not know that they are infected. Most men are aware of an infection, and seek treatment due to the painful urination symptoms.
What is the major first line of defense of the immune system that will attempt to defend against gonorrhea?
No it can not cause HIV. HIV is a virus transmitted through contact with a person's infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk. Gonorrhea does not cause a person to develop HIV, however being infected with Gonorrhea does increase a person's risk of acquiring HIV infection. Having any STD makes it easier for HIV to enter the body and infect a person.
the only way a girl can get it is if he has gonorrhea and he has ben touching himself with the same finger we have natural body fluid that become infected so if he was touching himself and got body fluids on his hands and then touching you you can also have . hey if he is infected and touching his body fluids and touched his eye he can have gonorrhea in the eye.
Generally it is sterility; but gonorrhea can get into the blood or joints which can be fatal. Generally long term effects of gonorrhea is sterility; but gonorrhea can get into the blood or joints which can be fatal. Gonorrhea can lead to sterility or even death in extreme cases. The bacteria can be removed by antibiotics; but the damage to the body can not be reversed. Generally the long term effects of gonorrhea is infertility; but in a few cases, it can lead to death. Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection. If not treated, over time, it will cause infertility.