If it is a STD, it could be herpes or genital warts.
Deficiency of the vitamins the tongue sore is the cause to tongue sore.
Herpes, genital warts, and molluscum contagiosum are the STDs that can cause bumps on your genitals. Trichomoniasis can sometimes cause a rash in the genital area as well.
It is possible to be a STD or it could be numerous other diseases. You will need to be checked out by a doctor.
Genital herpes causes painful genital bumps. Molluscum and genital warts are also STDs that cause bumps, but they are not typically painful.
This could be a variety of things. Strep throat maybe but that becomes sore, possible STD - you should seek medical attention in the event it is a STD in your mouth/throat before it becomes serious.
herpes gives you little bumps. syphillis gives you a bignasty sore that some may consider a boil. chlamydia makes it looks like theres mushrooms growin on your trouser snake or fish taco.
Maybe an STD?? But i know that if you shave, it can irritate the skin and cause bumps..
This Could Be A Sign Of An Std. Seek Medical Help As Soon As Possible.
There are many things besides STDs that can cause bumps. A dermatologist, primary care provider, or gynecologist (if you're female) will help you determine the cause of the bumps, whether there's any reason to worry, and whether they require treatment.
You have an std my friend
big bumps form by your armpits. red sore bumps.
Sores Cause Bumps To Appear On The Lips So Yeah It Might Be That . :D
Canker sores are not caused by an STD, cold sores are a form of herpes. If you have a cold sore and you perform oral sex on someone you can give them genital herpes.
Chickenpox cannot cause an STD. Chickenpox is spread by respiratory droplets or by skin-to-skin contact with chickenpox bumps before they've crusted over. It's certainly possible to get chickenpox from sex, but that's not a typical mode of transmission.
You can get maggots in your penis if you have an open sore, such as an STD or penile cancer sore.
sore bumps at top of feet.
Vaginal bumps can happen if there is an STD present. It may also be due to an infection or razor burn.
When a person has pus bumps on their lips, they most likely are getting a cold sore. You should leave the bumps alone.
It could mean you have an STD. More than likely, these 'bumps' are most likely normal, and unrelated to any STD. However, if you still have some doubts, do see a gynecologist.
A STD will not cause kidney stones.
This can be caused by a yeast infection or a STD.
Sounds like you have an STD go to your doctor.
Yup, anything from an allergy to mosquito bites.
It could be herpes, a pimple, or some type of STD, consult a doctor or talk to some one you trust to talk to
It will not cause a STD.
white like sore are not common from rough sex. noone can diagnose you until you seek medical treatment. may have an infection or STD!!
You gargle salt water when you have a sore throat because as the salt touches the bumps in your throat it connects to it and forces the bumps to shrink as more and more pile on.
I would highly suggest you see a doctor. This could possibly be Herpes or another std. Don't worry about what the guy said before. Check this out: http://www.medhelp.org/forums/Dermatology/messages/31261.html
no..could be cysts or boils. especially if you have medical conditions such as diabetes
an std can lead to many things like cancer or bumps
A STD can cause a yellow smelly discharge.
A STD will not cause period to look different.
if you are talking about a sore to touch red bump around the vaginal opening, it is the same thing as the sore red bumps a man can get on his penis. these are nothing to worry about, and will go away on their own, for they are just blisters cause from too much friction, and not enough lubrication.
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
It is normal to have small bumps on the flat, brown part surrounding your nipples. If they happen to be sore, see your doctor - but they are normal.
An STD can indeed cause lower back pain. The most common STD known to cause lower back pain is Chlamydia.
It could be an STD. I would get that looked at by a trained professional. Could be an STD like genital herpes or genital warts
If it is a STD it could be one of several such as LGV or Herpes.
I think you mean bumps. Herpes is the most STD that can give these symptoms on a man's penis. See a doctor.
If you get punched in the jaw then that can cause sore jaws
these bumps are food bumps on our tongue they help us to recognice different food. our tongue has many different different food bumps for eg u can taste anything salty in the bottom of our tongue .
Urinating in a woman's vagina won't cause a STD, but it likely will cause an infection.
Your testicles can hurt if you have a STD.
Red bumps in the back of the throat could be a sign of a sore throat or an infection. It may also be a sign of tonsillitis.
You need to go and see a doctor ASAP - it sounds very much like an STD or STI Do not have sex until you have had the all-clear from the doctor
It's the same as with shaving on your face. It's irritation and can form small bumps where the hair was. If they look bigger and/or infected or open, then you might have an STD
There are man things that can cause risen bumps on a persons skin. Bug bites, spider bites, and acne can cause bumps on the skin.
I am very sorry to tell you but you do have breast cancer.
An STD doesn't necessarily cause pink eye. STD & pink eye are two different conditions. So the answer is NO
Could be a herpes canker sore (small white bumps, sore when pressed).