STD symptoms

  1. White, yellow, green, and brown vaginal discharge

    White, yellow, green, and brown vaginal discharge
    What is normal vaginal discharge? Vaginal discharge is a healthy and daily mechanism that exists in every woman's body. Its purpose is to remove the dead cells and the excess bacteria from your vagina. Its principal function is to keep your vagina clean and healthy. Sometimes, you might notice variations regarding some characteristics of your vaginal discharge, such as the colo, consistency, or odor. These changes occur naturally according to your menstrual cycle, or when you get sexually stimulated... → Continue reading
  2. 6 reasons of vaginal discharge

    6 reasons of vaginal discharge
    What is a vaginal discharge? Normal vaginal discharge is clear or milky-white and does not have any particular unpleasant smell. Secreted from glands that women have in the walls of the vagina and cervix, vaginal discharge serves as a mechanism that cleans the vagina from unwanted bacteria and dead cells. Because of your vaginal discharge, your vagina maintains itself clean and healthy. Sometimes, vaginal discharge may change in color, consistency, or smell. These alterations are natural and happen according... → Continue reading
  3. Pain in my balls, an STD?

    Pain in my balls, an STD?
    Testicular pain may be the result of various reasons, from an infection to a medical emergency. Sometimes, the pain is radiating from another part of your body, such as the kidneys. Kidney stones may present with testicular pain. Other times, it might be a sexually transmitted disease (STD) that you got after unprotected sex. In such a case, an STD rapid kit test will give you the answer. The two most common STDs that can cause pain in the... → Continue reading
  4. Images of sexually transmitted diseases

    Images of sexually transmitted diseases
    Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are infections you can acquire through unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Although most of the time they don't show any symptoms, sometimes they present with typical symptomatology that may involve other parts of the body, too, such as the mouth or skin. The following are some of the most well-known STDs and some of their most common presentations. Genital warts Genital warts result from infection with human papillomavirus (HPV). They are benign growths that... → Continue reading
  5. I have a blister on my penis, should I get tested?

    I have a blister on my penis, should I get tested?
    Lesions on the penis can be a sign of an STD. Blisters, sores, or bumps on the genital area may indicate a bacterial or viral STD. Herpes or syphilis, for example, may commence their course with a small blister. Having a blister on your penis can be anything from an STD to a skin condition or even cancer. Today, it is almost effortless to find out whether you have an STD or not. STD rapid kit tests are widely-used testing methods that allow you to get tested alone at home and have your results in fifteen minutes. → Continue reading
  6. STD symptoms in 2 days

    STD symptoms in 2 days
    Overview STDs are infections you can acquire through unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex. They don't always produce symptoms. Sometimes they multiply silently in the human body without any signs. People with asymptomatic STDs are more likely to transmit the infection to another person. Also, they are more prone to complications and secondary infections. Others do have symptoms but are unable to recognize them. It is essential to be qualified to identify STI signs and treat them as soon... → Continue reading
  7. What happens in the body if chlamydia is left untreated?

    What happens in the body if chlamydia is left untreated?
    Overview Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. It can affect both men and women of any age. Its symptoms may or may not be present. When the infection is asymptomatic or left untreated, it can lead to severe or life-threatening complications. Its symptoms can vary from mild to moderate or severe. Because it's a microbial infection, its treatment involves antibiotics prescription. To diagnose chlamydia, you can use a rapid STD test at home or go... → Continue reading
  8. A genital discharge

    A genital discharge
    How serious can genital discharge be? A genital discharge may be the first sign of a sexually transmitted infection (STI), such as chlamydia or gonorrhea. However, women experience vaginal discharge nearly every day. Therefore, it is essential to differentiate between normal and abnormal genital discharge. First, let's try and understand the physiology behind a woman's regular discharge from the vagina. A brief overview on the female reproductive system The female reproductive system has a group of external and a... → Continue reading
  9. Symptoms and STDs

    Symptoms and STDs
    Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are infections you can get from vaginal, anal, or oral sex. People refer to them as sexually transmitted infections (STIs) too. Some are transmissible through non-penetrative sex, as well, such as genito-genital frottage or genital rubbing. You may acquire an STD whether you're a straight or gay individual, and regardless of being married or not. Also, using a condom doesn't provide you with exclusive protection against STIs, even when you use it properly and responsibly... → Continue reading
  10. Skin Rash and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    Skin Rash and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
    An STD is a disease that spreads mainly through sexual contact. STDs are one of the most commonly spread diseases in the world. Not all diseases that affect the genitals are STDs. The most common STDs and their rashes that you should know about are: chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, scabies, herpes and trichomoniasis. If the redness or itchiness does not seem to reduce after a few days or if the lesions and bumps spread, it is imperative for you to seek a doctor and get proper diagnosis immediately. → Continue reading

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