Chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause abdominal pain. A patient at risk for STDs who has abdominal pain should seek treatment urgently.
An STD can indeed cause lower back pain. The most common STD known to cause lower back pain is Chlamydia.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea can both do so.
yes severe back pain
Yes. If you think there is even a small risk that you might have an STD, go and see your doctorYes, it can be a sign of a STD, or it can be other medical issues. If the pain persists, you need to see a doctor.
Your testicles can hurt if you have a STD.
an STD will feel like itching, burning, pain when you urinate, discharge with odor, discolored discharge. abdominal pain means you probably pulled a muscle. try a hot water bag or Tylenol to ease the pain. you are ok.
Acute abdominal pain can be cause by many reasons. It can be severe and included constant abdominal pain. In most cases it will require surgery to treat the cause of whats causing the pain. Depending on the actual location of the pain it may help finding the cause of it. Talk to your doctor so he can help you find whats causing the pain. Fungal STD could come from the "Jock Itch" or yeast infection. Talk to your doctor so he can prescribe you fungal-antibiotics.
Not as far as I am aware. Most STDs affect the genitals. There are a lot of other things that cause upper back pain, you should see a doctor and get yourself sorted out.
Disseminated gonorrhea can cause a rash with joint pain.
It could be an STD, but not necessarily. It may be a hernia
Back pain and abdominal pain are not symptoms of pregnancy. A missing period and positive pregnancy test are signs of pregnancy. See your primary care provider to find out what is causing symptoms severe enough to send you to the ER.
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Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis may cause diffuse pain.
an std or yeast infection
Simple testicular pain alone is rarely, if ever, an STD. An STD is an infection and if an infection gets down to your testicles, it infected everything along the path it took. If your penis and testicles hurt, an STD would become less unlikely. Pain while urinating or ejaculating might indicate an infection or STD. Lack of any symptom other than testicular pain makes STD pretty unlikely.
It's not likely.
A STD will not cause kidney stones.
It sounds as though you definitely need to see a doctor and possibly have contracted a STD.
It will not cause a STD.
In very rare cases, eye pain may be a symptom of STDs. Some STDs can affect the eyes, and a rare complication of chlamydia may result in severe eye pain. See your health care provider for appropriate diagnosis and treatment of your eye pain, and ask for STD screening while you're there.
A STD will not cause period to look different.
A STD can cause a yellow smelly discharge.
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