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STIs: Symptoms & Info at a glance

Chlamydia

  • Most common STI in the UK
  • Very often has no symptoms
  • Symptoms can include: discharge; pelvic or testicular pain; burning sensation when passing urine
  • Can lead to infertility if left untreated
  • Easy to treat with certain antibiotics
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Gonorrhoea

  • Second most prevalent STI in the UK
  • Many women have no symptoms
  • 95% of men with gonorrhoea will have a discharge
  • Only around half of infected women present with symptoms
  • Becoming hard to treat but can still be cured with certain antibiotics
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Herpes

  • Can be Herpes Simplex 1 or 2 variety
  • Symptoms include painful blisters
  • Impossible to cure but symptoms can be managed
  • Virus is not always active so testing should be done when symptomatic
  • Aciclovir can be prescribed to manage symptoms.
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Syphilis

  • Caused by bacteria called treponema pallidum
  • Can be transmitted through sexual contact
  • Develops in three stages: primary, secondary and tertiary syphilis
  • Can be very dangerous if left untreated for a long time
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Mycoplasma

  • STI that is on the rise
  • Symptoms include a discharge and pain when passing urine
  • NHS does not test for this infection
  • Can be resolved with certain antibiotics
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Ureaplasma

  • Quite a common infection
  • Most patients have no symptoms
  • Symptoms can include discharge and burning sensation
  • Certain patients develop pelvic inflammatory disease but this is rare
  • NHS does not test for this infection
  • Can be treated with certain antibiotics, such as Doxycycline
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Trichomonas

  • Not a common infection in the UK
  • Can produce a foul smelling discharge
  • Easy to treat with a Metronidazole
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Gardnerella

  • This is not believed to be sexually transmitted
  • Most men would be asymptomatic but sometimes there is urethral discharge
  • Women can have a foul smelling vaginal discharge
  • Also known as bacterial vaginosis
  • Easy to treat with certain antibiotics, such as metronidazole.
  • While Gardnerella is not considered to be a classic sexually transmitted infection, there are circumstances where testing of partners is appropriate. Where one partner has otherwise unexplained symptoms, it is sometimes advisable to have the asymptomatic partner tested and treated.
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Genital Warts

  • Most common sexually transmitted viral infection in the UK
  • Virus that causes genital warts is the human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Can spread by skin-to-skin contact
  • Can be passed on even when warts are not visible
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