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White Discharge in Men: What Does It Mean?

Published on April 15, 2019 by myLAB Box
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Summary White penile discharge can indicate a deeper health problem. It can be caused by urinary tract infections (UTIs), sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and other disorders like balanitis and prostatitis. Leaving abnormal penile discharge unaddressed can lead to serious health complications, so it’s vital to seek a diagnosis and medical care as soon as possible. […]

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Urine Trouble: What STDs Cause Frequent Urination?

Published on April 15, 2019 by myLAB Box
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Can STDs Cause Frequent Urination? Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Both chlamydia and gonorrhea are STDs that most commonly cause frequent urination. These are among the most common STDs diagnosed in the United States. In fact, as recently as 2016, the CDC reported nearly 1.6 million cases of chlamydia across the country. For gonorrhea, the CDC estimates […]

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Unusual or Foul Vaginal Odor? STD Symptoms

Published on April 15, 2019 by myLAB Box
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Order Your At Home STD Test Now Have you experienced unusual or foul vaginal odor? STD symptoms can help you get to the root of the problem. You see, vaginal odors can be caused by a number of things. Among them are sexually transmitted diseases and infections. If you’re noticing a change in your natural […]

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STD Symptoms In Women: Bumps on Vagina?

Published on April 15, 2019 by myLAB Box
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When it comes to STD symptoms in women, bumps on vagina can be a common occurrence. In fact, for many sexually transmitted diseases and infections, vaginal bumps can be the first sign of potential trouble! In today’s post, let’s explore the causes and implications of bumps on vagina. Sometimes, Bumps on Vagina Are Normal Let’s […]

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Painful Urination? Check Your STD Symptoms!

Published on April 15, 2019 by myLAB Box
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Are you experiencing painful urination? Do you have a strange burning sensation when you try to pee? Unfortunately, painful urination can be a sign of a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or disease (STD). The truth is, a variety of different things can be causing this stinging sensation when you pee. In fact, it’s entirely possible […]

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Is jock itch an STD?

Published on April 15, 2019 by myLAB Box
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Let’s talk about jock itch! First things first, is jock itch an STD? Strictly speaking, no. However, it can be transmitted from skin-to-skin contact like many sexually transmitted infections and diseases, so it is worth exploring. What is jock itch? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, jock itch is a form of […]

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STDs That Cause Dry Skin

Published on April 11, 2019 by myLAB Box
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If you’re experiencing itchy skin anywhere on your body, it’s important to know what may be causing it. While there are many reasons for itchy and dry skin, it’s possible that these are symptoms of an undiagnosed STD or STI such as herpes or AIDS. If that itchy skin so happens to be in your […]

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How Often Should I Get Tested For STDs?

Published on April 11, 2019 by myLAB Box
How often a person should get tested for STDs

It’s common for people to wonder how often they should get tested for STDs once they are sexually active. It all depends on how active you are or how many partners you or your partner have been with. In fact, getting tested for STDS once you become sexually active can be one of the most […]

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How Soon Do STD Symptoms Appear?

Published on April 2, 2019 by myLAB Box
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Every STD and STI is different and even if their symptoms are similar, when they appear and how intense they become varies amongst the infections. That means that symptoms can appear anywhere between two days after exposure, to one month after exposure. When the symptoms show up is a matter of incubation periods and the […]

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How Do Two Women Having Sex Protect Themselves?

Published on April 2, 2019 by myLAB Box
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Order Your At-Home STD Test Now Conversations about safe sex often ignore women who have sex with other women. That’s a shame. After all, sleeping with a man is not the only way a person can contract a sexually transmitted infection (STI). The truth is, most STIs can affect anyone who is sexually active. Keeping […]

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