Chlamydia trachomatous and other organisms. An estimated 25% of cases are allergic reactions to latex of the condom or spermicide.
Similar to gonorrhea but usually milder. Urethral discharge is generally thin and clear. It is estimated that half of the women with one of these diseases don't know that they have contracted. NSU/NGU in women can lead to PID and sterility.
In cases involving a pathogen, sexual intercourse, as well as hands smeared with semen or vaginal secretions touching and infecting the eye.
Penicillin is generally not effective against NGU/NSU- causing organisms. Other oral antibiotics are generally prescribed.