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Did you know gonorrhea is also known as "the clap?" Don't clap back.
Click on the links below to learn detailed facts about gonorrhea and how to keep yourself healthy.
Gonorrhea tests can be done a couple of different ways. Some of you may have been tested for gonorrhea (or chlamydia) at your high school by the Health Department. This kind of test needs a pee sample. Health Centers 1 and 5 use this test. A doctor's office might use the pee test too. Sometimes doctors will swab the inside of the penis or vagina to test for gonorrhea. Both tests give accurate results. If you have given or received oral or anal sex, you should also test your throat and butthole for gonorrhea. This is done by a simple, painless swab in your throat and butthole.