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Is it true that some STDs have no symptoms at all?

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Yes, some STIs can be present without symptoms and others may have delayed symptoms. For example, gonorrhea and chlamydia can be present without any symptoms. Similarly, syphilis initially presents as a painless ulcer which if it is located inside the vagina may go unrecognized. Other sexually-transmitted viruses like human papilloma virus (HPV) or human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) can take weeks, months, or years for symptoms to develop. This is why screening for STIs even when a patient doesn’t have symptoms is so important. Pelvic pain, discharge, and lesions may be more obvious symptoms of an STD. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and are (or have been) sexually active, it’s important to contact your doctor" }" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":10755,"3":{"1":0},"4":{"1":2,"2":16777215},"12":0,"14":{"1":2,"2":2236962},"16":10}" data-sheets-hyperlink=""> .

Posted : 28/10/2021 4:49 pm