Can a STD just go away
It depends on the type of STD. For some there are no treatments and for others, you need medication. Thanks for using ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-a-std-just-go-away ]
More Answers to "Can a STD just go away"
- Is it possible for an STD to just go away without help??
- Possibly and no. It depends what the STI is, in most cases you will need some form of pharmacological treatment. Go see your GP and he will take some swabs.
- What happens if I have an STD and just leave it alone? Will it go...?
- Most STDs can be quickly and effectively taken care of. But if they go untreated, they can affect your reproductive organs, which can lead to infertility and other serious complications. A good example of this is chlamydia, the most common ...
Related Questions Answered on Y!Answers
- Can STD genital warts permanently go away once you get it?
- Q: Im scare having sex with other now, cause I do not want to pass it on to other. I do use condom everytime but dont know is it save if I do it without condom.
- A: 1) if you ever had genital warts then that means that you have HPV virus that causes genital warts! so you will be infected with HPV forever (until someone will discover real cure to get rid of HPV).2) always have protected sex and use condoms!3) dont worry so much - HPV is most common STD ! :)and if genital warts reappear again - treat them!in that case Wartrol is a good (probably the best) product that gets rid of genital warts and makes you feel more confident knowing that they wont show.It worked for me!I do not know if any pharmacies carry Wartrol but I do know that you should purchase it directly from the manufacturer and read more about the product here http://www.wartrol.com/?aid=749165
- Is it true Obama gave a young girl an STD and paid her to make the story go away?
- Q: I heard something about Obama giving some young girl on the south side of chicago an STD and then paying her to make the story go away. Is this true?
- A: And I heard something about people who write baseless, sourceless questions on Yahoo! Answers merely to float rumors about a candidate and becuase they can't think of anything of substance to say.Is it true?
- For a Nurse or Doctor: Why won't my STD symptoms go away?
- Q: I've taken antibiotics 3 times in the last 2 months to treat recurring std symptoms. The first time I was tested and came back positive for chlamydia, took the drink and single pill they gave on the spot. Symptoms started to go away then came back. I took doxycycline twice a day for a week and symptoms went away, then a couple weeks later returned. I got a refill on the doxycycline and got tested, the symptoms (urethral discharge, slight itching in anal area) have gone 95% away but I was surprised to learn that the chlamydia/gonnorhea/syphilis test I took last week when the symptoms were worst came back NEGATIVE across the board. My symptoms as I said are almost gone again now that I completed the doxycycline refill, but I still have a faint discharge and itching and I just have a terrible feeling the symptoms are going to come back again full-force in another week or two, which is how it's been going. Could I be getting reinfected through laundry? What else could possibly be going on?The thing about laundry was a stupid question -- I'm obviously not getting reinfected since the test results came back negative. That's why it's so puzzling.well, i'm male, and i've been following a diet that recommends massive amounts of protien -- i drink shakes and eat bars that add at least 60+ grams of protien to my diet every day, in addition to trying to stick to high-protien low-carb meals. I probably consume 200g of protein a day. So you think maybe the chlamydia results from the first test were coincidental, that I wasn't showing symptoms from that but just happened to have it, and the symptoms were actually an infection resulting from a reaction to this diet? It sounds like that would also explain why the symptoms respond to antibiotics but return after a couple weeks. Wow, I never would have guessed (and doubt the nurse practitioner who's been helping me would have either!) Thanks so much for your help!!!
- A: You didn't specify whether you are male or female. The answers depend slightly on your gender. I agree, you don't have a STD. If you are a male, you could be suffering from a ureaplasm infection. You could also be drinking/eating enough of something that is excreted in your urine, which is irritating the urethra. The anal itching suggests this, as pruritis ani (itchy anus) is ofter caused by drinking large amounts of tea, orange juice, etc. It depends on what you happen to be allergic to. Have you had an actual culture of your urine. If not, this needs to be done. When you have intercourse, do you wear a condom? You could be allergic to the spermicide/lubricant in many of them. Do you have anal (insertive intercourse) while not wearing a condom. There are too many unanswered questions to really give you specific suggestions. I'm a physician, and have seen things like this before. Usually they go away when you can figure out what is causing the irritation.
Prev Question: Can you get bloated from constipation
People also view