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Why are my outbreaks so frequent ?

Ok heres my story, last year I kinda got raped, this guy put his penis in me but I m a virgin and I didnt lose it cuz he didnt go all the way in..but ever since i been gettin sores which i think is herpes and for the first 3 months i had a lot of really bad smelling discharge that was green but it went away by its self.....but now i get these sores about every month and its very irrtated down there....why are my outbreaks so frequent ? and i urinate alot and its hard for me to hold in my pee..and could he have infected me with hiv if he didnt ejaculate?....please answer all u know ...i know i need to c a doc but i have no money ..... I m a girl and i was at a party
Asked On : Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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YOU PROBLY HAVE THIS BUT OU HAVE TO SEE A DOC TO SEE WHAT REAL IT IS BUT I THINK THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE YOU CAN GET TREATMENT 4 THIS I DONT THINK DOES ARE SIGNS OF HIV PEOPLE DONT HAVE HIV SYMPTOMS WHEN THEY GET . AFTER FEW YEARS THATS WHEN THEY GET DOES SYMPTOMS IF YOU DONT HAVE MONEY GO TO GOVERMENTS PROGRAMS THEY SHOULD HELP YOU AND TELL YOUR PARENTS SOW THEY CAN HELP YOU.Trichomoniasis - SymptomsSymptoms About 50% of women infected with trichomoniasis ("trich") and 90% of infected men do not have symptoms.3 If symptoms develop, they usually appear within 1 week of being infected. However, symptoms can develop from 1 to 6 months after being infected.1 Related Articles Trichomoniasis - What Happens Dealing with Trichomoniasis » More symptoms Articles In women Symptoms may be worse during pregnancy or right before or after a menstrual period. If symptoms develop, they may include: Large amounts of pale yellow or gray-green, sometimes foamy discharge from the vagina. Vaginal itching or irritation. Abnormal musty or fishy odor. Pain with sexual intercourse even if you use a lubricant such as K-Y Jelly or Astroglide. Patchy red areas on the genitals or on the cervix (strawberry cervix). Painful urination (dysuria) or frequent urination. Discomfort in the lower abdomen. This is not a common symptom of trich and may mean another problem is present. In men Men rarely have symptoms but still need treatment. If symptoms are present, they may include: Abnormal discharge from the penis. A burning feeling after urination. Irritation and redness of the tip of the penis. Trich can have symptoms similar to those of other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea or chlamydia. Author: Amy Fackler, MA Debby Golonka, MPH Medical Review: Renée M. Crichlow, MD - Family Medicine Kathleen Romito, MD - Family Medicine Jeanne Marrazzo, MD, MPH - Infectious Disease Last Updated: 08/10/2006 © 1995-2007, Healthwise, Incorporated, P.O. Box 1989, Boise, ID 83701. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This information is not intended to replace the advice of a doctor. Healthwise disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information. For more information, click here. Privacy Policy. How this information was developed.
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