Watch out for these signs and symptoms on your face if you have STDs.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are a range of diseases that are spread through unprotected sex. The disease not only affects your sex life but also damages some important organs in your body. According to the National Health Organization (NHS), timely medical intervention is important in the management of sexually transmitted diseases. “It is very important to get these treated at an early stage so that the quality of life is not affected and the disease is in an irreversible stage,” says Dr. Randhir Kapoor, Urogenital Specialist.
While most of you think that STD symptoms only appear in the intimate area or on the genitals, the truth is different. There are several symptoms of common STDs (such as herpes, chlamydia, etc.) that are found in other parts of the body. Scroll down to learn the most common STD symptoms seen on the patient’s face.
Symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases on the face
Look out for these telltale signs and symptoms on your face if you have sexually transmitted diseases (STDs):
sores on the mouth
When suffering from STDs, one may notice large and painful sores in the mouth. It’s one of the biggest indicators of this condition. In some rare cases, these mouth sores are present on the tongue, making it difficult for the person to eat or even speak properly. Mouth sores are a warning sign of herpes disease.
One of the most common signs of a sexually transmitted Chlamydia disease is pink eyes. It’s a bacterial infection that’s spread primarily through oral sex. Conjunctivitis is an infection that begins when someone touches the eyes immediately after contact with the genitals or genital secretions. According to experts, this symptom can also lead to permanent blindness if left untreated.
Another common sign and symptom of STDs that usually appears on the face. The sudden appearance of red rashes on the face without explanation may indicate the onset of an STD. This is a classic sign of syphilis. The rashes start on the face and spread all over the body.
If you start losing your facial hair for no reason, understand that it could be a sign of STD. In syphilis, the onset of the disease is sudden and aggressive hair loss.
Other symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases
Aside from all the symptoms that one may notice when dealing with STDs on the face, here are some other common STD signs that may show up on other parts of the patient’s body.
- Painful urination
- Unexplained abdominal pain
- Abnormal vaginal discharge
- Unusual discharge from the penis
- painful intercourse
- bleeding between periods and
- Acute pains in the testicles
Be sure to seek medical attention immediately after noticing any of the symptoms listed above. It is important to understand the importance of timely medical intervention in the management of diseases and conditions.
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