Most s£xually transmitted diseases are spread when a person has s£x with someone who already has the disease. The Mayo Clinic says that some STDs aren’t too bad, but others could be very bad for your health if you don’t get rid of them.
We’ll look at some of the most common signs and symptoms of STDs in this article.
Some signs of diseases that are spread through sexual contact are:
1. An increase in swelling, redness, or itching near a female or male reproductive organ.
2. Warts, lumps, or sores on or near your mouth, anus, or private organ
3. A bad-smelling discharge from a private organ.
4. The genitalia are filled with blood.
5. Feeling uncomfortable when being close.
6. A rash that itches.
7. Diarrhea, night sweats, and loss of weight
8. Muscle aches and pains, a fever, and chills
9. A change in skin color.
10. Having pain all the time when you urinate or pass urine.
Bottom line: Some STDs can go away on their own, but not all of them can. Others can stay with you for months, years, or even the rest of your life. If you think you may have been exposed to an STD, it is better to get tested than to hope that if you did, it will go away on its own.
A few days after being exposed, you might start to feel sick. Depending on the organism that gives you the STD, it could be years before you start to feel sick.
Make an appointment to see your doctor if you start to feel any of these things. It’s important to get a quick diagnosis and treatment if you want to avoid or delay more serious, potentially fatal health problems and keep an infection from spreading to other people.