Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis can have very similar symptoms.
Symptoms consistent with gonorrhea were reported in ancient times.
Chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, and genital herpes can all cause some of the same symptoms as UTI.
Yes, gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis all may cause symptoms of discharge, but may have no symptoms at all. It's important to be screened for chlamydia and gonorrhea regularly if you have a new partner, if you're a woman under 25, or if you're a man who has sex with men.
It is very unusual to be able to distinguish between chlamydia and trichomoniasis without testing. You should complete treatment as prescribed, and contact your health care provider to find out if you were tested for trichomoniasis with a wet smear or other testing.
The symptoms of UTI can also be caused by gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, and genital herpes. See your health care provider for appropriate testing.
Chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis can cause yellow or green discharge. Most commonly, they have no symptoms at all.
Some STDs can cause pelvic pain as ovulation may; these include chlamydia and gonorrhea. Some can cause a change in vaginal discharge, like chlamydia, gonorrhea and trichomoniasis.
A UTI does not cause trichomoniasis. Trichomoniasis can cause the same symptoms as a UTI, though.
The classic symptoms of gonorrhea are green genital discharge. Many people with gonorrhea have no symptoms at all.
Signs or symptoms of gonorrhea in the male include burning during urination, a discharge, and pain in the testicles. Gonorrhea can also have no symptoms, so get tested if you are at risk.
If the person is infected with gonorrhea, then yes.
NO; THIS IS NOT PART OF GONORRHEA.
You can have chlamydia and gonorrhea for years without having symptoms.
UTIs can't cause trichomoniasis, but trich can cause symptoms of UTI.
Both males and females can get trichomoniasis. Men typically do not have symptoms, but can spread the infection.
Yes, the symptoms of trichomoniasis, including itching and vaginal or vulvar irritation, can resemble a yeast infection.
Yes. Remember that it is always wise to consult a professional in instances such as this.
False; most women don't have noticeable symptoms when infected with gonorrhea.
No, an untreated urinary infection can't cause trichomoniasis. However, continued urinary symptoms, especially with a negative urine culture, can be signs and symptoms of trichomoniasis that were not detected during previous exams.
A woman could have gonorrhea for years and not know it. From Planned Parenthood website: "Often, gonorrhea has no symptoms. Eighty percent of women and 10 percent of men with gonorrhea show no symptoms. Many people are not aware that they are infected. When symptoms do occur, they may begin one to 14 days after infection." Yes, that is possible. it would be highly unlikely for a woman have gonorrhea dormant in their body for 40 years with no symptoms.
All STDs can be present without symptoms for long periods of time. In particular, HPV and HIV can be present for years without noticable symptoms. Patients may miss the symptoms of trichomoniasis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and herpes. Many types of STDs can become chronic if treatment is not begun early.
Yes, a male can have trich without having symptoms.
Females with trichomoniasis may notice no symptoms at all. They may complain of itching, discharge, foul vaginal odor, painful urination, rash, or bleeding after sex.
Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis can all cause a green or yellow penile discharge. They may also cause no symptoms, so if you're at risk, it's important to get tested.