Gonorrhea Prevention in Singapore: Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted illness. It causes pain with urination and other symptoms. It is treatable, but if untreated can lead to sterility.
There is currently no vaccine against gonorrhea. However, condoms work well for preventing gonorrhea. Using a condom when having any type of sex, whether vaginal, oral, or anal, will prevent most cases of gonorrhea. While performing oral sex on a woman is a low-risk activity, it can be made safer by using a dental dam, which is a sheet of latex placed over the female genitalia to form a barrier (much like the barrier formed over the penis by a condom).
To completely prevent gonorrhea, one would have to abstain from sex completely, or have sex only within the context of a long-term mutually monogamous relationship.