Gonorrhea is spread during vaginal, anal and oral sex.
Gonorrhea can cause infections on the penis, in the rectum, anus, vagina, and throat.
People with penises might not have symptoms. Or they might feel burning when peeing, have painful or swollen testicles, or see discharge from the penis that’s white, yellow, or green.
Those with vaginas usually don’t have symptoms, but might have pain or burning when peeing, see more vaginal discharge, or bleed between periods.
People with rectal infections might not have symptoms. Or they might see rectal discharge or blood, feel soreness, anal itching, and have pain when pooping.
Get tested at Red Door
Red Door will talk with you about your sexual history to see if you need a test.
If so, you’ll either pee in a cup or Red Door will take a swab sample.
If you have gonorrhea, your sex partner(s) should get tested and treated.
Make an appointment by calling 612-543-5555. For same-day appointments, we recommend calling early morning.
Get your test results
Call Red Door one week after your visit to get your test results, at 612-543-5555.
Or, login to your MyChart account to get your test results.
Get treated at Red Door
Red Door will give you an antibiotic shot to cure gonorrhea.
If you still have signs of gonorrhea for more than a few days after finishing treatment, come back to Red Door to get retested.
Left untreated, gonorrhea can cause serious and permanent health problems, and increase the risk of getting HIV. Treatment can’t reverse any permanent damage.
If you have gonorrhea, we recommend telling your sexual partner(s) so they can get tested and treated. You can notify partners using an online partner notification tool. Visit inSpot.
If you’re pregnant
A pregnant person can give gonorrhea to their baby during childbirth.
A pregnant person should get tested for gonorrhea by their pregnancy health care provider, such as an obstetrician or gynecologist. If you don’t have a provider, call the United Way for a referral at 651-291-0211 or call 211 from a land line.