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If you think you have an STI, you need to see a GP as soon as possible. Do not have sex without a condom until you have had a check up. It is possible to have a STI without knowing it and infect your partner.


Common Symptoms

  • Unusual discharge
  • Pain when peeing
  • Lumps or skin growths around the genitals or anus
  • A rash
  • Unusual vaginal bleeding
  • Itchy genitals or anus
  • Blisters and sores

Treatment at home

  • Medication
  • Topical treatments


When should I book a GP?

You experience any STI symptoms or a partner tells you that they may have an STI

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