Can you feel if you have an std?

That said, there are some common symptoms of STDs, including itching, burning sensation when you urinate, and unusual, foul-smelling secretions. If you notice any of these symptoms, you should see a healthcare provider right away.

Can you feel if you have an std?

That said, there are some common symptoms of STDs, including itching, burning sensation when you urinate, and unusual, foul-smelling secretions. If you notice any of these symptoms, you should see a healthcare provider right away. You may also feel pain and tenderness in your genital area until the infection goes away. During an initial episode, you may have flu-like signs and symptoms, such as headache, muscle aches and fever, as well as swollen lymph nodes in your groin.

Sometimes having a sexually transmitted infection (STI) doesn't feel like anything. Other times you'll have annoying symptoms or visible sores. The truth is that sexually transmitted infections are sneaky. All too often, people have no idea that they have one.

However, STIs can cause serious problems, such as infertility and cancer.

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