Yes, You Can Have An STD In Your Butt—The Signs You Should Know
If you have any strange anal symptoms, even something that seems as innocuous as a mild case of diarrhea that won’t let up after four to five days, head to your doctor for testing.
You can see an ob/gyn, but you can also talk to your primary care doctor since the symptoms here are a little less clear-cut. “We’ll typically do a swab and do a culture,” Ali says. “If it shows that it’s [chlamydia or gonorrhea], we’ll give antibiotics to treat that.” And if not, your doctor will still be able to help you figure out what’s going on.
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