|You are at risk if…||
|Spread:||Seminal/vaginal fluids, and saliva through oral, anal and vaginal sex, mutual masturbation,|
|Signs:||Her: frothy, yellow-green vaginal discharge with a strong odor along with vaginal itching and irritation. Usually appear in women within 5-28 days of exposure but can take as long as 6 months
Him: generally no symptoms yet are still contagious.
|Now what?!||Treatable with single dose of medication. All sexual partners need to be treated
See your doctor and get tested. You should get checked after each new sexual partner. Talk to your partner about past sexual history and exposure.
|Prevention:||Avoid sexual activity if you are single. Be faithful to one uninfected partner for the rest of your life.|
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