Chlamydia in both sexes may not result in symptoms at all in a significant percentage of people affected. In men discharge and irritation at the tip of the penis may be symptoms and if infection is left untreated it can result in impaired fertility.
Gonorrhea may not give rise to symptoms for weeks. The commonest symptom is discharge or/and burning whilst passing urine. In around 30 percentwomen symptoms may not be apparent a small percentage of men may not have any symptoms. Again if left untreated it can result in impaired fertility.
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In men 2 - 10 days would be most common for symptoms of gonorrhea. But symptoms may not appear for 3 weeks or even appear at all.
In men arguably the most common symptom as in women could still be the presence of no symptoms as around half of infected men will not exhibit symptoms. However when symptoms do occur this will most commonly occur within 1 to 3 weeks.