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    Sexually Transmitted Infections - Check Your Symptoms

    Call your doctor now or seek immediate medical care if:

    • You have new pain in your belly or pelvis.
    • You have symptoms of a urinary tract infection. These may include:
      • Pain or burning when you urinate.
      • A frequent need to urinate without being able to pass much urine.
      • Pain in the flank, which is just below the rib cage and above the waist on either side of the back.
      • Blood in your urine.
      • A fever.
    • You have new or worsening pain or swelling in the scrotum.

    Watch closely for changes in your health, and be sure to contact your doctor if:

    • You have unusual vaginal bleeding.
    • You have a discharge from the vagina or penis.
    • You have any new symptoms, such as sores, bumps, rashes, blisters, or warts.
    • You have itching, tingling, pain, or burning in the genital or anal area.
    • You think you may have an STI.
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    Last Updated: June 04, 2014
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