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TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS This is another STI that may not have any symptoms but ones to look out for are:

A green coloured discharge from the penis

Pain when peeing

This can be passed on via vaginal intercourse so protect yourself if you have sex with a female partner.

If you are worried about this then got o get it diagnosed by a doctor or at the GUM clinic. A swab will be taken from your urethra as well as a possible external exam of the testicles and scrotum. The treatment is a course of antibiotics.

It is important not to have any type of sex if you are being treated as the infection can still spread.
 

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