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Understanding Trichomoniasis -- Symptoms

What Are the Symptoms of Trichomoniasis?

If you're a woman, you may have no symptoms at all, or you may experience:

If you're a man, you'll probably have no symptoms, or you may experience some penile irritation, discomfort when urinating, or discharge.

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Call Your Doctor About Trichomoniasis If:

You experience any of the symptoms listed above. Trichomoniasis is contagious and can lead to serious complications. Women shouldn't assume that the problem is simple inflammation of the vagina.

WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Trina Pagano, MD on March 14, 2015

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