Females are at risk of getting infected with sexually-transmitted diseases, or STDs, especially if they are sexually active and they do not use protection every time they have sex.


Many studies have shown that females are at their most vulnerable when they are between their teenage years and twenties. At this point in a woman's life, she is at her sexual peak, and the danger of contracting STDs is high.

 


If you are a woman, it is important to be educated and informed about STDs. You can start by getting familiar with what the most common STD signs and symptoms are in females. 


- Unusual vaginal discharge
- Pain in the lower abdominal region
- Fever
- Flu-like symptoms
- Itchiness in the vagina
- Swollen lymph nodes


If you experience any of these, it is time to get an STD test so as to determine if you really have an STD. That way, if you test positive, you can immediately find a cure for it and get better as soon as possible.