S£xual contact with an infected person usually results in the spread of s£xually transmitted diseases from one person to another. Some STDs are harmless, but others can cause serious health problems if left untreated. This article looks at some of the most common STD symptoms.
Here are some symptoms of s£xually transmitted diseases:
1. Warts, bumps, or sores on or near your lips, anus, or private organ
2. Any swelling, redness, or itchiness near a person’s male or female reproductive organs.
3. A foul-smelling discharge from the private organ.
4. The flow of blood from the private organ.
5. Unpleasant pain in intimate situations
6. An itchy rash on the skin.
7. Weight loss, diarrhea, and night sweats
8. Aches and pains in the muscles, as well as chills and a fever
9. Changes in skin color.
10. Prolonged urination or passing urine pain and discomfort
Are STDs treatable?
The truth is that some STDs, but not all, can be cured naturally. They can, however, last for months, years, or even your entire life. If you suspect you have been exposed to an STD, you should get tested rather than hoping it will go away on its own.
Signs and symptoms may begin to appear a few days after exposure. It could take years before you notice any symptoms, depending on the organism that causes the STD.
If you experience any of these symptoms, please contact your doctor right away. Receiving a timely diagnosis and treatment is critical for avoiding or postponing more serious, potentially fatal health issues, as well as preventing infection from spreading to others.