Signs You May Have an STD
STDs often have no symptoms, so it is impossible to know if you are infected unless you are tested. But some do have symptoms, which can come and go. Symptoms may go away on their own, but the infection may still be present, and may cause serious harm to your body. The infection may be passed on to your sex partner(s) and transmitted to your baby during pregnancy/delivery.
Possible Symptoms of an STD
- Unusual discharge from the vagina or penis
- Burning sensation with urination
- Growths, sores, boils or lesions in the genital area
- Itching in the genital area
- Lower abdominal pain
- Dark urine
- Skin rashes
- Yellow color in the white part of the eyes
- Joint pain
- Enlarged lymph nodes
- Unexplained weight loss
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