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Std Sti Symptoms
Usually not.: Consult a urologist and b tested and have any discharge examined by microscope. ...Read more
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Is it possible to show symptoms the first time you catch an STD but are asymptomatic the second time? I'm curious as to whether or not its possible to have an std/sti and show symptoms get cured, then catch a second, but are asymptomatic the second time.
There : There are different types of std's - each one expresses differently in the body. Also there are some std's that present variably - like chlamydia. ...Read more
Depends on the STD: The most common symptom for stds is no symptom at all. Some people may notice symptoms such as genital itching, odor, discharge or sores within 3 days of exposure. Others, will never have any of these symptoms. So, if you think you may have been exposed, its best to go ahead and get tested. You may even consider getting treated for common infections just to be on the safe side. ...Read more
For what length of time can it take for an STI or STD to produce symptoms or accurate test results?
Is it possible for you and your partner to have any STD or STI for 6 months and not have any symptoms at all?
If you had symptoms of a STI or STD and it was confirmed that you had it . And it was cured Can you get the symptoms again ? If you thought you had it
Sure: Did partner get treated also? If not, then will likely get with each next sex. Both need treated and checked for resolution. Also, these are bacterial infections, and they do not produce an immunity to future (re-) infection, like chicken pox would. Condoms are your friend and can help prevent these problems (and unintended pregnancy, too). ...Read more
It varies: Some stds cause painful urination and discharge. Others cause ulcers on skin lesions which may or may not be painful.. In addition, conditions such as HIV or hepatitis c, which can be transmitted sexually, may have little or no symptoms at first. If you ae sexually active or have a history of multiple parterners talk to a doctor about proper screening. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies by disease: Most people with and std are unaware and we find it during std testing. Symptoms may include warts, ulcers, yellow or white vaginal/penile discharge, burning with urination, pelvic pain, bleeding between periods, testicular pain and joint pain as well. Untreated infections can cause serious complications. Get tested. ...Read more
Highly variable: Sexually transmitted diseases can cause a wide variety of symptoms or none at all, so if you're concerned that you were exposed to an std, you should see a healthcare provider to talk about the right testing for you. Some symptoms to watch out for include discharge from the vagina, urethra, anus, or penis, lumps or bumps in the groin or genital area, and pain or tenderness of that area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer