STD Symptoms

STD Symptoms in Men and Women

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With over 43,000 HIV & Rapid STD tests done, our clinic has the experience to detect sexually transmitted diseases and infections accurately.

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can be transmitted through various sexual activities – oral, anal, or vaginal intercourse. Anyone who is sexually active is at potential risk of an STD.

Note on STD Symptoms

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Do see a doctor and get yourself screened if you have any STD symptoms that may suggest an infection.

If you feel well but are sexually active and have never been screened before, or have a new sexual partner, do remember that a lack of STD symptoms DOES NOT equate being free of STDs! – STD Symptoms

Different STDs and Its Symptoms

STD Can Be Asymptomatic

Certain blood borne STDs like Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C may have no symptoms. Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C infect the liver and cause chronic inflammation. Infected individuals may feel perfectly fine for years.

Blood tests for liver function may show some inflammation during this time. Actual symptoms may only manifest much later on in the form of symptoms of end-stage liver disease when the damage to the liver is extensive enough.

It is a common misconception that not having symptoms means that one does not have any STD. While some STDs may indeed cause symptoms, a good number of STDs can actually be completely asymptomatic. Some STDs may also only cause symptoms much later, when the disease is more severe. People who look and feel entirely well can still have and transmit an STD to their sexual partners.

Furthermore, as you will see later in this article, many STDs may cause similar symptoms. Certain STDs also cause very nonspecific symptoms which may often be wrongly attributed to other medical conditions.

One should never assume that one is clear of STDs; the only certain way to know is to get screened. – STD Symptoms

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