STI Symptoms

STI Symptoms:

As you probably know by now, sexually transmitted infections can be silent and you might not know that you have one. 

It's important to get checked because, if they get left, then they can cause later problems. For example, chlamydia and gonorrhoea can cause problems for women trying to get pregnant (infertility). Gonorrhoea causes no symptoms in half of women and 10% of men.

Here are some symptoms of STIs but they don't automatically mean that you have an STI because they can be caused by other things as well. But it's better to checked out if you think that you are at risk.


 Women and Men

Pain when you pass urine

Itching, burning or tingling around the genitals

Blisters, sores, spots or lumps around the genitals or anus

black powder or tiny white dots in your underwear - this might be a sign of pubic lice droppings or eggs


Discharge from the penis

Irritation (or itching) of the urethra (the tube in the penis that urine comes out of)


Yellow or green vaginal discharge

Discharge that smells

Bleeding between periods or after sex

Pain during sex

Lower abdominal pain


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