No, that would not be a typical symptom.
You may be experiencing a complication of chlamydia, or there may be some other cause. A swollen testicle always deserves an exam. Please call your health care provider today.
Gonorrhea typically does not cause swollen lymph nodes. But whether your nodes are swollen or not, you should get tested if you believe you may have an STD.
It may or may not be; it's best if you consult with a doctor.
If one testicle is swollen and in pain, it's important that you seek medical care urgently. Call your health care provider and, if s/he is not avialable, go to the emergency department.
Take the dog to a vet, they could tell you.
they itch because you have a an std , don't bathe , or have crabs check your self
Normally getting kicked in said testicle could cause soreness.
A STD will not cause kidney stones.
It will not cause a STD.
If you haven't done something to it that you know of, go to a doctor and find out.
Yes - see doctor immediately
A STD will not cause period to look different.
A STD can cause a yellow smelly discharge.
Priority: Book GP appointment It may just be a cyst in the epydidymus.
You probably have too twist and do alot of stuff to it, but, it will get swollen up.
Acne has nothing to do with the STD. So it is not the symptom of any STD.Acne is not a symptom for STD.Yes the skin can be dried out and cause an irritation in that area if infected
An STD can indeed cause lower back pain. The most common STD known to cause lower back pain is Chlamydia.
Your testicles can hurt if you have a STD.
Urinating in a woman's vagina won't cause a STD, but it likely will cause an infection.
An STD doesn't necessarily cause pink eye. STD & pink eye are two different conditions. So the answer is NO
There are many things that can cause a swollen lymph node. Infection is the most common cause for a swollen lymph node.
some weird unheard of STD. Get that thinmg checked.
Chlamydia does not cause swollen glands.