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STI signs and symptoms to watch for after sucking vagina/penis

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If you have had unprotected oral sex (or unprotected vaginal or anal sex), seek medical advice if you notice any of these signs or symptoms:

-itches, rashes, lumps or blisters in or around the genitals, vagina, anus or mouth.

– unusual vaginal discharge

– discharge from the penis

– irritation, pain or burning when you urinate

– pain or bleeding during or after sex

bleeding between periods

– pain in the testicles or lower abdomena

– sore throat.

Hepatitis A, B and C affect the liver, so watch for:

– flu-like illness, such as fever, general aches and headaches

– tiredness and feeling sick, sometimes with vomiting and diarrhoea

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– dark-coloured urine or pale faeces, or bothjaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes).

Even if you don’t have any symptoms, you may want to see your doctor if:

– you’ve recently had unprotected sex or oral sex with someone new

– you or your partner have unprotected sex with other people

– your partner has symptoms of an STI.

It’s important to get treatment for an STI as soon as possible. Some STIs can’t be treated but medications may reduce symptoms. Leaving an STI untreated may cause discomfort in the short term, and may harm your health or fertility in the long term.

Be safe.

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