Infections spread from one person to another through sexual contact with infected people are known as STIs.
Infections are spread by microorganisms in blood, sperm, vaginal fluid, and other bodily fluids.
As a result, it's important to remember that sexually transmitted illnesses can also be contracted through needle sharing, nursing, or blood transfusion.
Depending on the person's immunity, especially during the early stages of illness, the signs and symptoms of various infections may appear or not appear at all. As a result, it's critical to see a doctor on a frequent basis.
If a person gets any of the following 5 symptoms within a few days of being exposed to unprotected intercourse, they should seek medical help right once.
1.Vaginal bleeding that is unusual. Bleeding or spotting between periods, after menopause, or thicker or prolonged menstrual flow are all possibilities.
2.Excessive secretion from the organs. A major symptom of a sexually transmitted infection is unsual discharge. For example, discharge that has a terrible odor or is greenish in color.
3.Inflammation of the mouth and genitals. Sores may arise around the anus, rectum, or mouth region. They can be painful or non-painful.
4. Organs that hurt. If discomfort or a burning sensation occurs while peeing or during intimacy, it is possible that an infection has been contracted. Both males and females are affected.
5. Lymph nodes that are swollen.
Lymph nodes can grow and become painful, especially in the groin, but they can also happen in other places of the body. This symptom could be caused by a different type of infection, so it's best to get tested before drawing any conclusions.
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