Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), commonly referred to as venereal disease, are some of the most common diseases that you can get from another person through sexual contact. With more than 20 STDs in existence, these diseases affect more than 13 million men and women in the United States. Luckily, most STDs are treatable.
Often there are no symptoms caused by STDs. However, some symptoms that may be indicative of a STD include:
an unusual discharge or odor from the vagina
pain in the pelvic area – the area between the belly button and genitals
pain in the groin area – the area around the genitals
genital burning or itching
bleeding from the vagina that is not a regular period
pain deep inside the vagina during sexual intercourse penile drip or discharge
sores, bumps or blisters near the genitals, rectum or mouth
burning and pain during urination or bowel movement frequent urination
Please contact us to schedule an appointment.
To learn more about this condition we recommend you visit the following website:
www.urologyhealth.org – Sexually Transmitted Diseases