Diagnostic testing for gonorrhoea should be considered with any genitourinary symptom in sexually active people: in particular, men who have dysuria, urethral irritation, or urethral discharge, and women with vaginal discharge, pelvic pain or suspected pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), and tubo-ovarian abscess.
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