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2002 Oregon CD Statistics: Gonorrhea

 



Gonorrhea is easily transmitted from person to person through vaginal, rectal and oral sexual contact. The 929 gonorrhea cases reported in 2002 represent a decrease of 19% from the 1,145 cases reported in 2001. If untreated, gonorrhea infections cause a variety of health problems for men, women, and infants. The major complication of gonorrhea is associated with infertility and tubal pregnancies among women. Reported cases of gonorrhea among men who have sex with men increased During 2002. Recent sex partners should be evaluated and treated for gonorrhea.

Gonorrhea by Year
Gonorrhea by Month of Onset
Gonorrhea by Age and Sex
Gonorrhea: Oregon vs. U.S.
Gonorrhea by County
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