Private organ signs that show a man has contracted an infection

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Intercourse is one thing that can easily turn sour if you are the type of person that indulges in unsafe intimacy. Not maintaining and sticking to one sexual partner could increase a man’s risk of contracting certain sexually transmitted infections that can only be treated with serious medications. If you are wondering the signs that will show in the private organ of a man indicating that such a man is suffering from an STI, keep reading this piece till the end.

In this article, we are going to have a look at some of the signs that show a person has contracted an infection from Intercourse. Just sit tight and enjoy the article whilst learning something new. But before we divert into the main point of writing this article, it’s important to highlight the various infections that can be contracted from unsafe intimacy with someone who’s infected.

1. Gonorrhea

2. Chlamydia

3. Human Papilloma Virus

4. Genital Warts


6. Trichomoniasis

These are the diseases that can be contracted from unsafe Intercourse but some of the infections don’t show signs or symptoms at the early stages while some immediately portray their signs once the bacteria or virus gets into the body. For a man, below are the signs that show you have contracted an infection that must be taken care of to avoid more severe problems developing in your reproductive system thus affecting fertility.

1. Pain or Burning Sensation While Urinating; this is one of the common signs of Gonorrhea. If you had sex with someone you’re unsure of her status without any form of protection, and then after some days or within a week, you start noticing signs and symptoms such as burning sensation while urinating, you need to see a doctor as that is one of the signs of Gonorrhea.

2. Abnormal Discharge From The Private Organ; the discharge is often foul smelling and is usually accompanied by pain and rashes on the private organ or the surrounding surface. If you start having such sign or symptom after having sex with someone, do well to go for checkup for the sake of your health.

3. Pain During Climax; if you start feeling pain whenever you want to orgasm, there is certainly something wrong with you and it’s sexually transmitted. The earlier you get checked, the better for you. Painful ejaculation is not something you should take for granted.

4. Bumps or blisters on the private organ; this is another sign of Gonorrhea, Chlamydia and even genital Warts that are all contractable from unsafe intimacy.

Once you start noticing these signs, do well to see a doctor as some of these diseases can affect fertility and therefore damage your chances of getting a woman pregnant in the future.