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What are the symptoms of a std?

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Andrea Knittel
Obstetrics & Gynecology
5 doctors agree

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Andrea Knittel
Andrea Knittel
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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice

In brief: STDs

This may all depend on what your worried about.
There is no one symptom to set of symptoms to watch for. There are twelve common stds. Some are bacterial and some are viral. Some are tested with blood; some are tested through culturing the areas of the body that are at risk; some are diagnosed by exam.

In brief: STDs

This may all depend on what your worried about.
There is no one symptom to set of symptoms to watch for. There are twelve common stds. Some are bacterial and some are viral. Some are tested with blood; some are tested through culturing the areas of the body that are at risk; some are diagnosed by exam.
Dr. Robert Killian
Dr. Robert Killian
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