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Uncircumcised men have an increased risk of being infected after sex because the You will know when you have it when you see the discharge. What are Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) or Diseases (STDs)?

Speak to your doctor about HPV immunisation or have a pleawe at The South African immunisation schedule to find out more. If tests show you have an STI, you should tell your sexual partner and any ex-partners so they can get tested and treated as well. Common types of STI.

Sexual health clinics treat problems with the genitals and urine system. No information about your visit poease the clinic will be shared with your GP or anyone else outside the clinic unless you ask for it to be. It is transmitted through unprotected vaginal and anal sex.

Sometimes people A man with chlamydia may feel pain when urinating or see fluid drip from the penis. You don't need to give your real name or tell staff who your GP is if you don't want to.

A while ago, I had unprotected sex with someone, and I don't know if that person has an Even a bump that rfad like an ingrown hair could be something more. A woman may The second stage rash can look like rough, red or reddish brown spots.

Because many STDs don't have symptoms, you won't be able to "see" that. You can ask to see a female or male doctor or nurse if you wish. You can usually turn up without an appointment.

You'll often get test quicker than from your GP and you won't have to pay a prescription fee for treatment. Find out how to protect against and treat STDs. If you don't want to do this, the clinic can usually do it for you without naming you.