Signs and Symptoms

 

Be aware of what is normal on your body, and be alerted to any unusual lumps, bumps or irritations. If you have had unprotected sex, get checked!

 

If you have any of the following symptoms you may have a sexually transmitted infection and should get seen at a local sexual health clinic or your GP:

 

• Unusual discharge from the penis or vagina

 

• Pain passing urine

 

• Pain in your testicles

 

• Irregular bleeding between your periods or after sex

 

• Pain during sex

 

• Pain low down in your tummy

 

• Blisters, sores, rash or lumps around your genital skin or anus

 

For details of services see here

 

For images of common symptoms click here - Please note these images are graphic.