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Common Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)
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Test Results are given during clinic hours. Picture ID required for service.
For information about a specific Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) please see that page.
The following are some common symptoms of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) and require medical care. Please see a doctor if any of these symptoms are present:
- Unusual discharge or smell from the vagina
- Burning or itching around the vagina
- Bleeding from vagina not associated with period
- Pelvic pain during sexual intercourse (women)
- Persistent, unexplained pain in pelvic area (women)
- Pus or other discharge from penis
- Sores, bumps or blisters on or near the sex organs, mouth or anus
- Burning and pain during urination or a bowel movement
- Flu-like symptoms, with fever, chills and aches
- Swelling in the groin (the area around your sex organs)
- There may be no signs and symptoms
- Symptoms can go away but the disease may still be present
- Even though your doctor takes a blood sample - he may not be checking for a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD). Always ask.
- Your routine gynecological exam may not include a screening for Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Always ask.
- Talk to your doctor if you recently engaged in risky sexual behavior or feel you may be at risk.