Is It Gonorrhea? If You Have It Treat It.

Gonorrhea is an infection caused by a bacteria spread by sexual contact. Symptoms of gonorrhea include a green, yellow or white discharge from the penis or vagina, a burning feeling when urinating or in the throat, and pain in the pelvis or testicles.
A clinical research study may be an option for you.

No Symptoms of Gonorrhea?

But some people with gonorrhea – especially women, don’t have any symptoms and don’t know they know they have an infection.

Gonorrhea is easily treated with medications but can cause serious health problems if left untreated for too long.

And because some people only get mild symptoms or no symptoms at all it’s important to get yourself tested and/or treated if you think you have gonorrhea or have a partner with gonorrhea.

A clinical research study may be an option for you.

How Can I Get Started?

Step 1: Contact our study coordinator: Tap the button below to contact the study coordinator.

Step 2: Determine eligibility: Our clinical study staff with contact you to determine eligibility.

Step 3: Give informed consent: To join the study, you must read and sign and informed consent document.

Step 4: Participate: The study coordinator will let you know if you are eligible.


Important Information About This Study

Doctors are studying an investigational medication for gonorrhea

Local doctors are looking for people with gonorrhea to volunteer for a clinical research study of a medication. Doctors are studying this medication to better understand how it may cure gonorrhea infections. Qualified volunteers for this study will receive this medication.

If you qualify for and participate in this study, you’ll receive the following at no cost:

  • Study medication for gonorrhea
  • Study-related care from a local doctor
  • Reimbursement for your travel

To pre-qualify for this trial, you must:

  • Be at least 12 years of age
  • Have a suspected gonorrhea infection
  • Doctors will also check other requirements to confirm that you qualify for this study.

Clinical research is important and confidential

A clinical research study is a research project done with human volunteers to learn more about new drugs and treatments. Some volunteers are interested in access to investigational drugs or treatments. Others volunteer to help advance science. Whatever your reason for participating, we’ll closely monitor your health and protect your privacy.

Health insurance and doctor referrals are not required to participate.