Itching,painful in sex,vaginal discharge
Yes, a female can get chlamydia. 80-90% of females with chlamydia have no symptoms at all; in those who get symptoms, they may have unusual vaginal discharge, painful urination, painful sex, or bleeding between periods or after sex.
Swelling, discharge of puss, hot to the touch, severe redness, painful upon contact.
Females can get chlamydia. Chlamydia causes no symptoms in most women. If a woman has symptoms, she may have painful urination, vaginal discharge, or pelvic pain.
The symptoms of candida vulvovaginitis are itching, soreness, painful sexual intercourse, and a thick, white, curdy (like cottage cheese) vaginal discharge.
Tingling breasts are caused by a lack of progesterone or estrogen, or too much estrogen or progesterone. Depending on the percentages of each in your system. Painful breasts does not indicate pregnancy.
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.
The IUD does not change or affect STD symptoms. Most women, with or without an IUD, have no symptoms when infected with an STD. If a woman has symptoms, they could include bumps, sores, discharge, painful urination, pelvic pain, painful sex, or bleeding after sex. If you are at risk for STDs, see your health care provider for testing.
Chlamydia most often causes no symptoms. In females, 80-90% have no signs or symptoms; in men, at least 50% are asymptomatic. For the minority that does have symptoms, they may include vaginal or urethral discharge, painful urination, or pain in the scrotum. The discharge and urination may also be caused by gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, mycoplasma, and other non-sexually transmitted infections.
painful sexual intercourse, vaginal pain, frequent need to urinate, burning or itching in the vaginal area, persistent unusual vaginal discharge
Chlamydia has both short-term and long-term symptoms. Most commonly, infected people have no symptoms. If symptoms occur, the short-term problems are painful urination or genital discharge. Longer term symptoms can include chronic pelvic pain.
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