The symptoms can occur regardless of the type of sexual intercourse – vaginal, anal or oral, regardless of the use of a condom.these-are-the-hidden-symptoms-of-sexually-transmitted-diseases

Although condoms are effective in reducing the chances of sexually transmitted diseases, no method (other than abstinence) is 100% effective. This is particularly true for certain sexually transmitted diseases, such as genital warts and genital herpes.

Symptoms can range from subtle to obvious. If you think you have any of these, see a doctor immediately. Some can easily be treated and eliminated, while some require long-term treatment.

Also if you notice any of them it is important to inform all your partners, so that they can be tested. If untreated, sexually transmitted diseases may increase the risk of other diseases such as HIV.

These are some of the most common sexually transmitted diseases and their symptoms:

Chlamydia

It is a bacterial infection of the genital tract. It is difficult to trace because in the early stage, it often shows little or no signs or symptoms. When they occur, usually begin three weeks after exposure to Chlamydia.

Signs and symptoms

Painful urination

Pain in the lower abdomen

Vaginal discharge in women

Discharge from penis

Painful intercourse in women

Pain in the testicles in men

Gonorrhea

This is a bacterial infection of the genital tract. The first symptoms appear within two to 10 days after emergence. However, some people may be infected for months before the first signs and symptoms.

Signs and symptoms

Thick or bloody discharge from the penis and vagina

Pain or burning sensation when urinating

Frequent urination

Pain during sexual intercourse

HIV

The disease hinders the body’s ability to effectively combat viruses, bacteria and fungi that cause diseases and it can lead to AIDS and chronic and life-threatening diseases. Some people develop flu-like symptoms, usually two to six weeks after infection.

Early symptoms of HIV include

Fever

Headache

General weakness

Swollen lymph glands

Rash

These early symptoms, which disappear within a week to a month, are often considered symptoms of other viral infections. During this period are very contagious. More persistent or serious symptoms of HIV must occur within 10 or more years of initial infection. As the virus continues to multiply and destroy immune system, it may develop mild infections or chronic symptoms such as:

Damaged lymph nodes, often one of the first signs of HIV

Diarrea

Weight Loss

Fever

Coughing and difficulties in breathing

Signs and symptoms in later stage:

Constant fatigue

Night sweats

Fever or a temperature of 38 degrees for a period of several weeks

Swelling of the lymph nodes for more than three months

Chronic diarrhea

Genital herpes

Genital herpes is very contagious and caused by herpes type simplex, the virus HSV. HSV enters the body through small cracks in the skin and mucous membranes. Most people with HSV never know they have it, because there are no signs or symptoms, or they may be mild and go unnoticed. When noticeable, the first episode is generally the worst. Some people have never experienced the second episode, and others, however, can experience episodes over a period of several decades.

When present, the symptoms may include:

Small, red bumps bubbles or open sores in the genital, anal or nearby area

Pain and itching around the genital area, buttocks or insides of the thighs

Initial symptoms are pain or itching at the beginning of several weeks after infection. After a few days tiny, red bubbles might appear. They crack and turn into ulcers that may bleed. Women sores can occur in vaginal area, buttocks, anus and penis in men, the scrotum, buttocks, thighs or anus.

In case of ulcers, the urination is painful. During the initial episodes you may have flu-like symptoms such as headache, muscle aches and fever, and swollen lymph nodes in the groin.

Genital warts (HPV infection)

Caused by Human papillomavirus, HPV is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.

Signs and symptoms

Small, gray swellings or skin color in genital area

Few warts one next to another

Itching and discomfort in the genital area

Bleeding during sexual intercourse

It can often show no symptoms.

Hepatitis

Hepatitis A, B or C are contagious infections that affect the liver. The most serious are hepatitis B and C. Some people never develop signs and symptoms. But when they occur, the show the following effects:

Weakness

Nausea and vomiting

Pain and discomfort in the abdomen, especially in the liver on the right side below the ribs

Loss of appetite

Dark urine

Fever

Itching

Yellow skin and whites of the eyes

Syphilis

Syphilis is a bacterial infection that affects the genitals, skin and mucous membranes, but may also include other parts of the body including the heart and brain.

Signs and symptoms

Four stages:

primary (small, painless ulcer on the part of the body where the infection was transmitted, usually the genitals, rectum, tongue or lips, enlarged lymph nodes), secondary (red or reddish brown rashes, ulcers on any part of the body, cane , fatigue and uncomfortable feeling, pain), latent stage and tertiary (serious damage to internal organs, and death after several years of infection).

Source: Healthy Food Team

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The symptoms can occur regardless of the type of sexual intercourse - vaginal, anal or oral, regardless of the use of a condom. Although condoms are effective in reducing the chances of sexually transmitted diseases, no method (other than abstinence) is 100% effective. This is particularly true for certain sexually...