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TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS This is another STI that may not have any symptoms but there are several you can look out for including:

A green coloured vaginal discharge that may seem slightly frothy

General soreness in the genital area

Pain during sex

Pain when peeing

This STI is passed through vaginal intercourse and can be contracted by men so if you have sex please use a condom to protect your partner. You should not share sex toys either if you have this STI so please be careful and if you do share make sure they are thoroughly washed.

If you are worried then go and get tested for this at a doctor’s surgery of GUM clinic. The test is a swab from the vagina. If you have it then you will be treated with antibiotics and should not have sex during the time you are on these.

This can be passed on to a female child during childbirth so if you are pregnant now or in the future and suspect you have this then please tell a doctor, nurse or midwife. The baby can be treated with antibiotics.
 

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