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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports over 700,000 gonorrhea infections in the U. The only way to know if you are positive for either infection is to take an STD test.

Harper attempted to visit the lavatory on descent and was instructed to remain seated with the seat belt fastened per FAA regulations. Harper to better understand what occurred and we continue to review what happened.” In response, Harper says that the airline refused to take her calls initially, and only contacted her when her story hit the news.

“At no point during the flight did flight attendants suggest that Ms. In her initial post, she wrote that during final descent, a passenger in first class was allowed to use the toilet by cabin crew.

In a lengthy Facebook post, she wrote “After explaining that I have an overactive bladder and would either need to use the restroom or pee in a cup, I was handed a cup by flight attendants. No, crew then escorted me to the restroom (now it’s safe to get out of my seat), shaming me down the aisle while other passengers overlooked.” The incident took place on 9 April – the same day Dr David Dao was forcibly dragged off another United flight.

Mesa Airlines was operating the flight for United, in the same way that the David Dao incident took place on Republic Airways metal.

Gonorrhea is caused by Neisseria gonorrhoea which grows in the moist areas of the reproductive track including the cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes in women, and urethra (urinary canal) in men and women.

Gonorrhea can also grow in the mouth, throat, anus and eyes. Both infections are "silent" diseases meaning they do not always show symptoms.

Harper, who says made it to the toilet later in the flight, said that the flight attendants told her that they would file a report on her behaviour and summon the “hazmat team to clean the entire row”.

“They were the ones that gave me the cups knowing what I was planning to do with it,” she added.

Having unprotected sex with someone infected with an STD will more than likely lead to an infection.

Examples of STDs include gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV, herpes, chlamydia, and hepatitis.

If you believe you may be infected with an STD, you need to get tested immediately. Some STDs do not show symptoms, so the only way to confirm that you are infected is to get tested.