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Physical Signs Of St Ds
Many!: There are many, but here are the most common: Abnormal discharge from the penis, vagina, or rectum (if exposed); painful or uncomfortable urination; various kinds of sores or skin bumps of the genitals or other exposed sites; inflamed/swollen lymph nodes in the groin or elsewhere; certain kinds of skin rash; and many more. Often no symptoms at all. If you think you were exposed, get tested. ...Read more
Is this a school: assignment? If yes, -the best way to learn is by thoroughly researching a topic not by having someone else answer it for you. If no - that sorry, but this would be near impossible to cover in 400 characters or less. ...Read more
STI's (STD's): It depends on the sti's (sexually transmitted infections) you are referring to. Painful or painless rash. Burning on urination. Penile discharge. Some sti's can be fairly asymptomatic and thus testing is your best bet to know if you have one (or more than one). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very common: Up to 3/4 of women and many men are asymptommatic with chlamydia infections and many are also asymptommatic with gonorrhea. Most people are infected with hpv (80% of all women by age 50) and dont know it. Hsv is fequently asymptommatic. And even HIV has a period of time where a person has absolutely no symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on the STD: You could have an STD and be asymptomatic — without any signs or symptoms. In fact, this happens with a lot of STDs. Even though you have no symptoms, you're still at risk of passing the infection along to your sex partners. That's why it's important to use protection, such as a condom, during sex. And visit your doctor on a regular basis for STD screening. ...Read more
Can you still have a STD even though you feel no physical symptoms or see anything that will make you think you do?
Yes: Many stds are silent. That is, you are exposed and do not show any signs. ...Read more
I have signs of an STD and need to be tested and treated. But i can't find anywhere to go to do it till Monday what should i do?
Sooner is better!: It varies from one STD to the next and with severity of symptoms. If only discharge, without pain, it's probably safe to wait til Monday. But even here there is risk of serious complications in the next 1-2 days. For sure don't wait if you are in pain or fever, or have open sores that suggest herpes, for which effective treatment has to start early. If necessary, find an urgent care clinic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you have no signs of std's and your partner also has no signs of std's, but they have been with many people, is it likely you have an std?
Yes: And its best to find out sooner by getting tested, especially important for a 26 year old. ...Read more
I have a slit pain in my groan area. Could that be signs of an STD or i started a hard work out program last week could it be from working out?
Could be either: It is more likely to be due to a hard workout. The answer lies in what the associated symptoms are. Most std's would present with associated urinary symptoms or a rash. A hard workout is more likely a hard leg or core workout. Evaluation is warranted with lab testing if you are at risk for std's such as having unprotected sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: Using condoms still gives no 100-% protection, but that is the best that real life may come by. Remember most of STD-infected men/women have no symptoms and are just STD carriers. So, practice safe sex and maintain monogamy. Also, accept, in life, nothing is free and everything comes with a price. So, live and move with the best empathy and action you can deliver. Best wish ... ...Read more