Trichomoniasis Symptoms

Trichomoniasis, or trich for short, is asymptomatic in many people who are infected. That means that it is very important to get tested if you are sexually active. It is a very common, yet treatable, STD but, if infected, it increases your chance of contracting another STD. If you feel you may have contracted trich, get tested today to avoid passing it on to a partner.

Trichomoniasis Symptoms in Men:

  • Many people have no symptoms
  • A burning sensation after ejaculation
  • Discharge from the penis
  • An itching or burning feeling on the inside of the penis
  • A burning sensation after urination

Trichomoniasis Symptoms in Women:

  • Many people have no symptoms
  • A greenish, clear, yellowish, or white discharge
  • Redness and irritation of the genitals
  • Pain or discomfort during urination
  • An itching or burning sensation in the genitals
  • An itching sensation in the genitals

Trichomoniasis Symptoms in Women:

  • A low fetal birth weight
  • Pre-term delivery

Trichomoniasis Transmission
Trich is most commonly transmitted through vaginal intercourse. The infection is most commonly found in the vagina and inside of the penis, so it is easiest to transmit this way.

Type of Test Required for Diagnosis
All we need from you is a urine sample to diagnose trich.

Treatment Options
Trichomoniasis can be easily cured with medication. In the event of a positive result, our physicians will prescribe medication to treat and cure.



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