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STD check online if you are worried that you or your partner has a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Read on for the information you need to recognize the symptoms. Remember that some STDs have no symptoms or only mild ones, so if you are concerned but do not see symptoms identified here, check with your healthcare provider near you to discuss your STD risks and appropriate testing.

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Although 3 out of 4 women with chlamydia have no symptoms, this STD sometimes produces a mucus-like or pus-like vaginal discharge. With trichomoniasis, or “trich,” the vaginal discharge looks frothy or foamy, and has a strong, unpleasant odour. A yellowish or yellow-green vaginal discharge can be a symptom of gonorrhea, although four out of five women infected with this bacterial STD will have no symptoms at all.

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This Bump Worries Me, check STD symptoms

The body usually clears a human papillomavirus (HPV) infection naturally within two years, but the virus can cause genital warts if the body fails to remove it (CDC, 2012). Warts vary in size and appearance and can be flat, raised, large, or small. In some cases, warts caused by HPV resemble cauliflower.


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Discharge from the Penis


Gonorrhea produces a white, yellow, or greenish discharge from the penis. Men who have chlamydia symptoms may have pus-like discharge from the penis, or the fluid may be watery or milky-looking. Men usually do not have symptoms of trichomoniasis, but the parasitic infection can cause discharge from the penis in men who do exhibit symptoms.

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Herpes Blisters



Blisters on or around the genitals, rectum, or mouth may signal an outbreak of herpes simplex virus (HSV). These blisters break and produce painful sores, which take two to four weeks to heal (CDC, 2012).

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Don’t Ignore a Sore

A single, round, firm painless sore is the first sign of syphilis, a bacterial STD. The sore can appear on the external genitals, vagina, anus, rectum, lips, or mouth—wherever the bacteria entered the body. There is one sore at first, but multiple sores may appear later.

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Secondary Stage Syphilis Rash and Sores


Without treatment, syphilis progresses to the secondary stage. Rashes and/or sores in mucous membranes of the mouth, vagina, or anus mark this stage. The rash may look red or brown, and usually does not itch. It can appear on the palms or soles of the feet, or as a general rash on the body. Large gray or white lesions may appear in moist areas in the groin, under the arms, or in the mouth.



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Check for STD, STI for Swollen, Painful Testicles

Epididymitis is the clinical term for pain and swelling in one or both testicles. Men infected with chlamydia or gonorrhea may experience this symptom.

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Rectal STD Symptoms


Chlamydia can infect the rectum in men and women. In these cases, symptoms may include rectal pain, discharge, and/or bleeding. Rectal symptoms of gonorrhea include pain and itching in the anus, as well as bleeding, discharge, and painful bowel movements.

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Painful Urination

Pain, pressure, and/or burning with or after urination, or more frequent urination may be a symptom of chlamydia, trichomoniasis, or gonorrhea in women. Because gonorrhea in women often produces no symptoms or only mild signs that can be confused with a bladder infection, it’s important not to ignore painful urination. In men, either trichomoniasis or gonorrhea may be the culprit in painful urination. Pain after ejaculation also may occur in men infected with trichomoniasis.

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