A sexually transmitted disease can be one of the most painful embarrassments you will face as a woman. From itching in public to having to tell your sexual partner you have an STD.
Sadly a lot of women do not know when they have contracted an STD. So we’ll give you a few ways to find out if your have an STD.
Here are some common symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases in women.
1. A thick or thin, milky white, green or yellow discharge from the vagina is one of the most common symptoms of an STD.
2. Redness, rashes or blisters in and around the vaginal or genital area is another indicator that you might have a sexually transmitted disease.
3. Most women have discharge during ovulation and at other times in their cycle. I’s best to see a doctor if your discharge is unusually more than normal or if anything about it is off.
4. If you have to take a deep breath in anticipation of a burn when you go to pee, it might be time to book an appointment to see your doctor.
5. There’s bad crappy, never do it again sex and there’s painful, can’t stand the thrust cause I’m burning sex. See a doctor if you fall in the latter category. You might have an STD.
6. If your throat feels a little sore after oral sex then you might have contacted something not so pleasant and should see a doctor.
7. Odd as this might sound, rectal pain, bleeding or discharge after anal sex is definitely an indicator of an STD.