Sexual transmitted infections (STIs) are running rapid throughout certain communities. Some common types of STIs are: chlamydia; gonorrhea; trichinosis; genital warts; genital herpes; pubic lice; scabies; and syphilis.
Some of the symptoms are: unusual discharge from the vagina, penis or anus; pain when peeing; lumps or skin growths around the genitals or anus; a rash; unusual vaginal bleeding; itchy genitals or anus; blisters and sores around the genitals or anus.
What NOT to do: don’t have sex, including oral sex, without a condom until you have had a check-up. You can have an STI without knowing it and infect your partner during sex.
What to do: go to a sexual health clinic if: you have symptoms of an STI; a sexual partner has symptoms of an STI; or you’re worried after having sex without a condom. Many STIs have no symptoms at all, like HIV. The only way to know for sure is to get tested.
Join me tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST as we talk about infections.
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