Are you in a panic and scared thinking you have a sexually transmitted disease? Playing the guessing game is not a sensible thing to do. Doing this will only add more unnecessary stress for you to cope with, and that’s not good. Any STD has to be identified professionally to get the appropriate help and treatment. This can only be after seeing a doctor who will verify the disease you think might have happened.
Lots of cases of men and women they tend to over think a condition and fear the worse. These same people have been proven wrong after consulting a doctor who identified that they in fact have a yeast infection not a sexually transmitted disease.
Okay you’re concerned that something is not right down below. What makes you think this has your vagina or penis become itchy? Has a rash developed around the genitals? Do you have an unusual smelly discharge? Have you got swollen testicles? Have scabs formed or inflammation and soreness? Yes these symptoms do relate to certain STDs but, some connect with infections such as bacterial vaginosis and thrush which is not an STD. Self diagnosis is not advisable.
The word STD can be frightening but these days they are treated successfully and painlessly depending on severity.
Chlamydia in females normally brings pain or a burning sensation when urinating. Vaginal discharge is not uncommon. Chlamydia is known to cause pain in the lower abdomen during or after sexual intercourse.Sexual intercourse and between menstrual cycles is a time also when a woman may experience bleeding. Just like women, the Chlamydia infection in men they too suffer pain or burning sensation when urinating. Discharge also from the tip of the penis where it appears white, cloudy or watery. Testicle pain is likely.
Genital warts develop on or around the anal or genital region resembling small fleshy growths. Warts are reasoned by the human papilloma virus (HPV). Genital warts are not known to cause pain but yes to itch and redness. Not every case but bleeding is another patients concern.