Symptoms Of Venereal Disease
Learn about the symptoms of venereal disease to take care of yourself if you have been exposed to one. Venereal diseases are transmitted sexually by someone who has been infected with a venereal disease and passes it on to another partner through bodily fluids during sex. The only ways to prevent from coming in contact with a venereal disease is practice abstinence or safe sex; with the use of a condom. It may also help to be in a monogamous relationship. If you fear you have been exposed to a venereal disease here are some of the symptoms to be aware of.
Develop flu-like symptoms. Symptoms such as chills, aching, fatigue, loss of your appetite, nausea, fever, abdominal and back aches and pains. These or symptoms you shouldn’t ignore. Yes it is possible it’s the flu, which also can be serious, but it’s also possible you have contracted a venereal disease. You would have to get checked by your doctor or at a local clinic to know what you are dealing with for sure.
Discharge from your penis. Of course there is normal discharge that comes from your penis that you are well aware of, but if you notice your penis has been discharging some type of abnormal fluid or mucus that has an odor. This may be due to an inflamed urethra, a common cause for this irritation is an venereal disease. You definitely need to get to make an appointment with your doctor.
You experience burning sensation when urinating. Do you have difficulty urinating because it’s so painful and or frequent urination? Don’t jump to conclusions yet, it may be some type of urinary tract or bladder infection. Worst case scenario is you have been exposed to a sexually transmitted disease; something you shouldn’t ignore.
You have sudden weight loss. Your eating habits haven’t changed. You are not on this awesome new diet to lose weight or working out like crazy, but yet continues to lose weight. This is a symptom of a venereal disease, which you should be concerned about.
Develop rash, blisters or legions. If you begin to notice any type of rash, blisters, genital or oral sores, raised warts perhaps cauliflower shaped or lesions on or around your genitals, these are all symptoms of a sexually transmitted disease. Yes it is very impossible you have picked up a venereal disease and didn't realize it; there is only one way to find out for sure.
There are numerous venereal diseases out there, each having different symptoms and possible complications; affecting men and women differently. If you experience one or all of these symptoms and you think you may have exposed yourself to a venereal disease; now is not the time to panic, but it is the time to be wise and get yourself checked out to rule out the possibility it’s a venereal disease.