Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Their Symptoms – Below, we compile a series of sexually transmitted diseases and their symptoms. Whenever you want to confirm the presence of one, you can take the STI test that we offer here.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Their Symptoms
It is the most common sexually transmitted bacterial infection. You can get it through anal or oral contact. It occurs mostly in sexually active young adults. If not treated in time, Chlamydia can lead to urethritis for men and infertility or cervicitis for women. If it is detected in time, in a matter of days or weeks taking antibiotics it is cured.
In men: discharge from the penis, pain and burning during urination, testicular pain
In women: irregular vaginal discharge, pain and burning during urination, bleeding during sexual intercourse
Gonorrhea is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. According to the World Health Organization in 2020 alone there were millions of new cases. It is characterized by inflammation and swelling of the urinary tract, genitals, throat and rectum.
Symptoms of Gonorrhea
- pain to urinate
- Pus-like discharge from the tip of the penis
- Pain in the testicles
- Swelling in the testicles
- Have an unusual increase in vaginal discharge
- Feeling pain in the pelvic area
- Feeling pain when urinating
- Present bleeding between one menstruation and another.
- vaginal discharge
It is a type of vaginal inflammation caused by the overgrowth of bacteria that are naturally found in the vagina. Symptoms: Thin, gray, white, or green vaginal discharge, foul “fishy” vaginal odor, vaginal itching and burning with urination
It responds to bacteria found in the vagina that are characterized by being resistant to antibiotics and being the subject of very few research studies. In addition to that, it is linked to the viral load of HIV and the increased probability of contracting it.
Symptoms of genital mycoplasma
- Itching in the vaginal area.
- Abnormal vaginal discharge.
- Pain and difficulty urinating (dysuria).
- Discomfort in the pelvic area.
- Bleeding outside of menstruation, especially after sexual intercourse.
- Pain during sex.
Non Gonococcal Urethritis
It is an infection that inflames the urethra in men or women, in the penis and in the vaginal lips respectively. It is commonly a consequence of Chlamydia. Symptoms: Burning when urinating and whitish discharge.
This sexually transmitted infection is caused by protozoan parasites that move between the genital and reproductive areas. In most cases it is in fact asymptomatic. Symptoms: burning and inflammation of the male or female genital area, aggravated.
Test for the Detection of Sexual Diseases
Sexually transmitted infection tests are the only way to be certain about the health status of each person. This offer is discounted in relation to the costs of any other laboratory and it takes 7 days to produce results from the time the blood sample is taken.