Signs that say you have an STD

BubbaGump By BubbaGump, 16th May 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Do you feel weird after a date and wonder if it's an STD? Well, read on to see if it is.

Signs that you should watch out for

Rashes

If you see rashes appear near your private area, it could be that you have
an infection. It should not just appear out of no where. It has to come from a source.
Rashes could be a sign of an infection of an STD, you should go to the doctor
to get it check out asap. It might be treatable. Most STD have cure, while some
deadly one like HIV doesn't have a cure yet.

Itchy

You feel itchy in your private area. You should not feel itchy all of the sudden.
It must come from somewhere, and it could be from an std infection of bacteria or viruses.
If it's itchy, painful, swelling and full of discharge, then you might just have an std infection.
What should you do? You should get to a clinic and have it check out. You might be able to get treatment. Just know that any std left untreated can cause infertility later on, where you will have a hard time having children because your reproductive organs have been damaged.


Milky white cheese secretion

If you see milky white cheesy secretion, it could be sign of an std.
You should get to a clinic and have them check it out. You might be able to
get it treated.

Some more signs

Bleeding

If you are bleeding when you scratch down there, then it could be a sign
of an std. It should not be itchy or bleeding when you scratch, or else you might
have a current infection. You should get it check out at a clinic.

Pain upon urination

If you pain upon urination, you could be infected with an std. It should not be painful
when you urinate. Pain upon urination is a sign of an std infection. You should get it
treated at a local clinic.

Weird discharge

If you see weird discharge from your private part, then it's a sign that you might have an
infection. You should not get weird discharge. It should be dry down there.

Fever, headache, diarrhea

If you continuously experience fever, headache, or diarrhea, for at least one week, then
you should get it check out it could be a sign that you have an infection. If you have all three of these signs then it could be a series infection. I would head to the clinic and have it check out. This is the way to tell for sure.

Tags

Diseases, Health, Hiv, Sexually Transmitted Disease, Std, Women Health

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