Yes, 50% do. Symptoms in men include: Painful urination or itching sensation with urination (often the first symptom). Cloudy urine. Watery or slimy discharge from the penis.Crusting on the tip of the penis or a tender anus or scrotum
Ghonorhea or Clamydia
It could be Trichomoniasis; men may have a thin white discharge and painful urination. In addition, it could be chlamydia or gonorrhea.
For women the symptoms are often mild and go unnoticed but can be painful burning urination, discharge from the vagina and/or anus, and abdominal paid. For men discharge from the penis and/or anus, painful burning urination, and inflammed or sore testes.
burning sensation during urination and white watery dischargeMale symptoms of trich are irritation of the penis, a discharge, and burning after urination or ejaculation.In men, there may be no symptoms at all. Some men notice a small amount of yellowish discharge from the penis, usually first thing in the morning. There may be some mild discomfort while urinating.
Women:- inflammation of the cervix, urethra, vagina- itching/burning sensation- discomfort during intercourse/urination- yellow-green, itchy, foul-smelling, vaginal discharge- lower abdominal painMen:- irritation inside penis- mild discharge- slight burning after urination/ejaculationCan u get trichomoniasis from a toilet seat or get sewage spilled on your pants where your penis is
Discharge from the penis can be a symptom of gonorrhea, but discharge that's not caused by gonorrhea can't turn into gonorrhea. You get gonorrhea by catching the germ that causes it from someone who's infected.
It is normal for the glans (head) of an uncircumcised penis to remain slightly moist, as it is protected by the foreskin and kept moist. A few drops of urine may also drip from the penis in the minutes following urination. While erect or during periods of sexual excitement, it is normal for a clear liquid called pre-ejaculatory fluid to sometimes drip from the penis. This is normal. However, if your penis has an unusual discharge or fluid, you should see your doctor, as this may be a symptom of a medical problem.
Purulent penile discharge is one possible sign of gonorrhea. Many infected patients have no signs or symptoms.
The discharge you have mentioned sounds like a STI. You may have Gonorrhea which is a sexually transmitted infection. This infection is passed on my having unprotected sex (not using a condom) with a infected person. The person may not know they have Gonorrhea because it doesn't always have symptoms associated with it. The most common symptom of Gonorrhea in men is a thick yellow discharge from the penis or thick yellow discharge and pain/discomfort upon urination. You may not have the pain upon urination but the yellow discharge is certainly a sign that a infection is present in your penis. You will need to see your doctor for a test to see if it is indeed Gonorrhea or a sexually transmitted infection or it may be something simple like a yeast infection. Whatever it is, you do need to see your doctor about it this week before it becomes more infected. STIs are easily cleared up with antibiotics. Good luck and I hope I have helped you. If I have then please recommend me. Take care.
The penis is used for two purposes: sex and urination.
procreation and urination.
Clear semen is not a symptom for any STD. Typical symptoms for several kinds of STDs are a discharge from the penis or pain or burning sensation when urinating.
I assume you mean "penis", it is the male genitalia. The penis is used for both urination and procreation.
A discharge is a sign of an infection; it needs to be checked out by a doctor.
See your doctor for possible infections.
It's the penis (testes and scrotum)
Balanorrhea- elevated discharge of the penis
Gonorrhea or chlamydia can cause a yellow discharge.
It means that there is something leaking out of your penis when you are not urinating or having sex.
are you itching in a not normally spot?????
Urination and the expulsion of semen into the woman's vagina for reproduction.
No pimples on the face are not symptoms of gonorrhea, following is a rundown on the symptoms of this disease.The symptoms of gonorrhea are different in men and women.With women the cervix is the primary area of infection. However if left untreated gonorrhea can spread to the uterus and fallopian tubes. Unfortunately, the symptoms of gonorrhea in women can often go unnoticed. When women experience symptoms, they may include:abnormal bleedinga burning sensation during urinationA discharge from the vagina.Irritation of the outer area of the vaginaThe symptoms of gonorrhea in men are as follows. About 20 percent of the time there are noting to recognize as a symptom of gonorrhea in a man. However, when there are symptoms they can include:a yellow pus discharge from the penisstinging pain during urinationfrequent urinationblood in the urineswelling of the glands in the grointhe head of the penis may turn redWhen either women or men experience gonorrhea infection in the throat or rectum, symptoms such as pain, swelling, and discharge often occur.
Ulcer on penis one or multiple, discharge from urethra are the symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases. HIV infection may not give any symptoms and blood test may be needed.