reproductive health


Question by  workman (32)

What is the relationship between stds and vaginal bleeding?


Answer by  jalucia (936)

Vaginal bleeding, between periods, can be a symptom of some stds, chlamydia being one of them. Pelvic inflammatory disease is another one.


Answer by  HawaiianGirl (6906)

certain stds may have vaginal bleeding as one of its symptoms. Vaginal bleeding however, does not necessarliy mean that you have an std.


Answer by  zombieguy (986)

Vaginal bleeding is a symptom of two very serious sexually transmitted diseases: chlamydia and pelvic inflammatory disease. Both of these conditions are very treatable with antibiotics, but prompt diagnosis and treatment is essential to ensure avoiding any permanent after effects.


Answer by  pagan23 (1342)

Any abnormal spotting should be checked out by a OBGYN. There is no way to tell over the internet what your diagnosis is. it could be an std or otherwise.


Answer by  DRS (621)

STDs can cause vaginal bleeding or strange-colored discharge. Spotting can also occur during ovulation, after rough sex, or during pregnancy. You should see a gynecologist to check your symptoms


Answer by  MattK (1713)

If you have an std that causes vaginal bleeding, then you treat the disease and the bleeding should stop. There really is no direct relationship between stds and any vaginal bleeding.


Answer by  guyver3869 (449)

STD's can and usually do cause sores or severe irratation. These sores can open up and puss and bleed. Make sure you have it checked out ASAP.


Answer by  EST (75)

An STD may cause vaginal bleeding, therefore it may be a symptom of having an STD. Conversely, vaginal bleeding can increase your chances of getting an STD during unprotected intercourse.

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