Bump near the clitoris. Could this be STD?
yesterday I notice this bump close to the clitoris but higher up if I pull the skin back kinda you can not see it. Only when the skin is in place if that makes sense. Its a lil sore if you push on it hard it s not like an open sore. It does not hurt to pee its not uncomfortable if I touch it or...
Extra foreskin on penis tip. Is it STD?
Yes, I have been wondering lately. I think I have some extra foreskin on the tip of my penis around the pee hole. Would you have any idea what that would be? I don t really know exactly what it is, but I am defenitly sure that I do not have any STD s. Please help me out Doc, cause I really want...
What are the symptoms for HIV , and STD s ?
Hi Doc, I just want to ask you as a professional doctor , what are the symptoms for HIV , and STD s? I don t know if I have it, But I just want to know what are the symptoms and the causes? Thank you so much for paying attention to all my questions. God bless you!
Dry skin on butt crack. Irritation. Done STD. Suggestions?
I have dry skin a the top of my butt crack. It gets dry and irritated and I don t know what to do to make it go away. It comes and it goes but it s frequent. I ve recently been tested for every single STD known to man by my family physician and I m clean as a whistle. Any suggestions? Oh, and how...
Symptoms of STD
I think my girlfriend gave me an STD. Im going to the doc to get it checked out but i cant stop thinking about it. I have like red marks on the head of my deek and a few right below. Not blisters but it sorta drys over. IDK they tend to go away but come back. Im freakin out here so any answers...
I was tested for Std's a month after unprotected sex. Everything came back negative. Was a month long enough for an std like chlamydia or gonnorhea to show up?
Hi. Thanks for posting in HCM
Can you elaborate what tests exactly you went through? Were they blood tests? or were they vaiginal swabs?
It is fairly common for gonorrhea & chlamydia to cause no symptoms, especially in women. The incubation period, the time from exposure to the bacteria until symptoms develop, is usually 2 to 5 days for gonorrhea& 7-21 days for chlamydia.
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