Many people with gonorrhoea will not notice any symptoms. If symptoms do appear, they usually show up between 1 to 14 days after coming into contact with the infection. Symptoms of gonorrrhoea may include: green or yellow fluid coming out of the penis pain or a burning sensation when peeing discomfort and swelling of the testicles increased discharge from the vagina pain in the lower tummy, particularly during sex bleeding in between periods or after sex Gonorrhoea can also infect the throat, anus or eyes. You may experience pain or discharge in these areas if there is an infection. Gonorrhoea in the throat usually has no symptoms.