STI Symptoms in Males
Chancre-like ulcers on the foreskin, shaft or head of the penis, or on the scrotum....
A burning sensation during urination, penile discharge (NGU), and epididymitis; heavy sensation in the testicles, scrotal inflammation, and/or small hard swelling at the bottom of the testicle. white first communion outfits for flower girl
?Genital Warts (Human Papillomavirus):
Cauliflower-like warts around the head or shaft of the penis, or the scrotum.
Inflammation of the urethra (gonococcal urethritis) resulting in thick white or yellow-green discharge, and burning sensations during urination.
Fever, fatigue, jaundice (yellowish skin or whites of the eyes), vomiting, or liver tenderness.
Periodic outbreaks of small blisters, usually on the penis, that last from 7-14 days; also, fever, painful urination, and headaches.
?HIV/AIDS (Human Immunodeficiency Virus/ Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome):
Swollen lymph nodes, night sweats, diarrhea, weight loss, fatigue, increased susceptibility to infectious diseases.
?Nongonococcal Urethritis (NGU):
Thin discharge from the penis and burning sensations during urination.
Itching in affected regions, visible lice
Small bumps and rash at infestation site, itching.
Painless chancre on the penis or scrotum during initial phase. Later phases include a body rash, hair loss, heart and brain damage.See More