Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections that are transmittable through having intercourse with an infected person. Such infections may include the Human Immune virus (HIV), syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes, etcetera.
Most of these STIs including HIV can be spread through other means such as blood transfusion, sharing sharp objects, and even kissing (this can only occur when a person has a sore in the mouth and it comes in contact with the blood of an infected person).
According to Healthline, having a better knowledge of the potential STI symptoms is important for anyone who always has intercourse.
Try to meet with your doctor if you notice any of these signs:
1. Unusual discharge from the anus, male organ, or female organ.
2. Unusual female organ bleeding, such as bleeding after intercourse or between periods.
3. Burning or feeling pain when passing out urine.
4. Frequent or urgent need to pass out urine.
5. Sores, bumps, or blisters on or around your genital area or anus.
6. Rash on or around your genitals or anus