STD Signs and Symptoms

Any form of sexual activity has risks for Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). Often times, there might not be any signs and symptoms of a STD. If experiencing any of the symptoms listed below, please contact your medical provider as soon as possible.

WOMEN:

-an unusual discharge or smell from your vagina.

-pain in your pelvic area which is the area between your belly button and sex organs.

-burning or itching around your vagina.

-bleeding from your vagina that is not your regular period.

-pain deep inside your vagina when you have sex.

MEN:

-a drip or discharge from your penis.

BOTH MEN AND WOMEN:
-sores, bumps or blisters near your sex organs, rectum or mouth.

-need to urinate (pee) often.

-itching around your sex organs

-a swelling or redness in your throat.

-flu-like feeling, with fever, chills and aches.

-swelling in your groin.

IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE SYMPTOMS, STOP HAVING SEX AND GO TO A DOCTOR OR STD CLINIC.