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Got tested for STD because of having pain during sex. What could it be?

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My girlfriend got tested today for STDs because of pain she was having when we had sex. Now she is already saying I gave her something. Wouldn't I know or have some side effects if I had something??
Posted Thu, 31 Oct 2013 in Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Answered by Dr. Arif N Khan 14 minutes later
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Unlikely to transmit without any symptoms

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Yes you would have definitely known if you had STD like chronic fever, abnormal urethral discharge, painful urination or lymphnode enlargement. If you do not have any of these symptoms its unlikely you are infected with any STD.
If you are still concerned about transmitting the infection, then kindly get some blood investigations to rule out STDs, like gonorrhoea, chlamydia, HIv , HBsAg..etc

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