Gonorrhoea is an infection you can get when you have sex. It can cause serious health problems if it is not treated. If you are pregnant and don't get treatment, you can pass gonorrhoea to your baby. Gonorrhoea is an infection caused by bacteria called Neisseria gonorrhoeae. About half of all women who get gonorrhoea have no symptoms. But men usually get some signs that they have been infected. If you do get symptoms, they will probably start one to 14 days after you've been infected. Treatment includes antibiotics which will kill the bacteria.
Gallstones are pieces of solid material that form in the gall bladder. These stones develop because cholesterol and pigments in bile sometimes form hard particles. There are two types; mixed stones and pigment stones: These stones are smaller and darker and are predominantly made up of bilirubin. Symptoms do not always show so an individual may find they have gallstones when being examined for another illness. If there are any symptoms these will include pain in the upper back and stomach, also nausea, vomiting and bloating. To remove gallstone surgery is used.

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