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Swelling of the glands in your groin. But remember, in many cases of STI, no symptoms may develop. However, you can still pass on the infection to others even if you have no symptoms. Therefore, if you think that you may have an STI, it is best to get it checked out. If you have a symptom that you think is due to an STI, or if you have no symptoms but are worried you have caught an STI then you should see a health professional. See your own GP. Your GP can give advice and may examine you. Until you are checked out, and treated if necessary, you should not have sex.

This is to prevent you passing on any infection. What are genitourinary medicine clinics? GUM clinics are special clinics that help people who have, or may have, an STI or certain other problems with their genitals or urinary system. See separate leaflet called Tests for Sexually Transmitted Infections for more details. Tests Depending on the initial assessment and examination, the doctor may advise on some tests and ask for your consent to do the tests. Tests for sexually transmitted infections STIs may include a urine test, swabs or blood tests. A swab is a small ball of cotton wool on the end of a thin stick, used for collecting samples. Diagnosis Sometimes a doctor will be able to diagnose a sexually transmitted infection STI from the examination.

Sometimes you will need to wait for the results of some tests. Some test results can be available quickly - during your time in the clinic. For other tests it takes a few days for the results to come back from the laboratory. You may be given an appointment to come back for the results of tests, or in some situations you may be able to phone for the results. Advice about sexual partners If you are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection STI then the clinic will encourage you to tell any current or recent sexual partners that you have an infection.

You are not obliged to do this or to give out any information about other people. However, it is best that any recent sexual partners should know that they might also be infected. They should be offered testing and treatment if necessary, to prevent the infection being spread any further. This telling of sexual partners is sometimes called contact tracing. If you prefer, clinics can contact people anonymously if you do not wish to tell them yourself. You should be aware that recklessly exposing a sexual partner to the risk of infection is against the law.

Treatment The treatment that you will be offered depends on what sexually transmitted infection STI is found. For example, a short course of antibiotics can usually clear away chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and trichomonas. A cream or lotion can clear pubic lice and scabies. Topical treatments can usually clear most anogenital warts. You will be given advice about what treatment options you have and given time to ask questions. If you are prescribed antibiotics then it is important to finish the full course of tablets, or else the infection may not be fully cleared. Do not simply stop taking the medication. For some infections you will be asked to return after a course of treatment to check that the infection has gone.

Do not have sex again until the time advised by the clinic. Depending on the infection, this may be for a certain length of time after treatment has finished or it may be until you are given the all clear from a repeat test. The aim is to prevent you from passing on the infection to others. Advice from a sexual health adviser Most clinics will have a sexual health adviser. You are likely to be seen by the adviser in addition to being seen by a doctor or nurse. A sexual health adviser is specially trained and can: Tell you more about STIs and how to avoid catching them in future.

For example, the risk of infection increases with the number of changes of sexual partner. Wearing a condom during sex helps to prevent against STIs. Give you tips on how to cope with any current symptoms.

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Vaginal dryness may contribute to various urinary problems. This is because of thinning and weakening of the tissues around the neck of your bladder, or around the opening for urine to pass the urethra. For example, urinary symptoms that may occur include an urgency to get to the toilet and recurring urinary infections. What are the treatments for vaginal dryness? Not all women have all of the above symptoms. Treatment usually depends on which symptoms are the most troublesome. Because the problem is mainly due to a lack of oestrogen, it can often be helped by replacing the oestrogen in your tissues. Oestrogen creams and other topical preparations A cream, vaginal tablet or ring containing oestrogen is often prescribed.

A vaginal tablet is a very small tablet that you insert into your vagina with a small applicator. The ring is a soft, flexible ring, 55 mm across, with a centre that contains the oestrogen hormone. This ring releases a steady, low dose of oestrogen each day and it lasts for three months. These preparations work to restore oestrogen to your vagina and surrounding tissues without giving oestrogen to the whole body. Usually the treatment is used every day for about two weeks, and then twice a week for as long as is needed. This treatment usually works well but the symptoms may come back sometime after stopping the treatment.

Occasionally a repeated course of using it daily for two weeks is needed. These preparations should not be used as additional lubrication during sex; lubricating gels should be used instead. Hormone replacement therapy HRT This means taking oestrogen in the form of a tablet, gel or patches. This is often the best treatment for relieving your symptoms, especially if you are experiencing other symptoms of the menopause. There are advantages and disadvantages of using HRT. Read more about hormone replacement therapy. There are different lubricants which can improve the dryness during sexual intercourse.

You can buy these from the pharmacy and your pharmacist should be able to advise you. Vaginal moisturisers can work really well to improve the moisture in your vagina. These need to be used regularly.


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