Do STD Symptoms
Include
A Bent Penis?



No! STD symptoms do not include getting a curved or bent penis.

But, I know there are a lot of men out there who wish they did so that they could just get a shot of some kind and have the bending go away.

A Bent Penis vs Sexually Transmitted Disease

Even a very curved penis is simple to fix 99% of the time.

Sexually transmitted diseases on the other hand, can be far more damaging and life threatening. Some are easily treated. Others will never go away.

But, when your penis is suddenly taking on a huge and unattractive and even painful curve it’s frightening! And, you want it to go away. As fast as possible! Right?

I know. It’s horrifying!

However, it’s not serious 99.99% of the time. AND, as your learned, for almost every man, it is easily correctable. It just takes a little bit of time and diligent effort.

STD Symptoms

Sexually transmitted diseases can be much worse than a simple bent penis, more horrifying, and can be life threatening!

There are A LOT of STD symptoms. Let’s take a look at the most common sexually transmitted diseases and their symptoms.

They include and are not limited to:


STD Symptoms for Gonorrhea (often comes together with chlamydia):

- An intense painful burning sensation when urinating

- Thick, bad smelling, possibly bloody, discharge from the vagina or penis

- Abnormal menstrual bleeding

- Swollen/painful testes

- Anal or vaginal itching or irritation

- Painful bowel movements

* Chlamydia is often a “silent” std infection. This means the infected person has no symptoms. If symptoms do show up, it may be several weeks after exposure.

Even when there are no symptoms, chlamydia can damage a woman’s reproductive organs and lead to infertility and other problems later on.

** Gonorrhea can be extremely painful. Certain strains of gonorrhea are now drug resistant. That means: no cure.


STD Symptoms for Genital Herpes:

- Small red bumps, open sores or blisters in or around the genitals

- Pain or itching around the genital area, buttocks and inner thighs

* Genital Herpes are just like a cold sore in the mouth. Same virus family. Both have outbreaks and remissions. Both are highly contagious, even when you can not see them. Neither ever go away completely. Once you have them, you have them for life.

STD Symptoms for HPV/Genital Warts:

- Warts or new little ugly bumps in your genital area

- These warts may cluster together in a cauliflower shape

- Associated Itching or discomfort

- Bleeding with intercourse

* HPV may also be present with no symptoms. HPV is not curable. HPV in women is linked to cervical cancer.

STD Symptoms for Hepatitis:

- Jaundice (Yellowing skin and whites of the eyes)

- Fatigue

- Nausea and vomiting

- Abdominal pain or discomfort in your liver area (beneath the ribs on your right side)

- Fever

- Dark urine

- Loss of appetite

- Muscle or joint pain

- Itching

STD Symptoms for Syphilis:

- A small, painless sore (chancre) on the part of your body where the infection was transmitted. This is usually in your genital area. But it can also be on your lip, tongue or rectum. A single chancre is typical. But there may be more than one.

- Soreness and aching

- Fever

- Enlarged lymph nodes.

- Fatigue and a vague feeling of discomfort

- A rash that looks like penny sized red or reddish-brown sores. These may appear anywhere on your body your body including your palms and the soles of your feet

- Cardiovascular problems may develop. Aneurysm, inflammation of the aorta, heart valve problems, etc.

- As the disease progresses Neurological problems can result. Such as: stroke, meningitis, paralysis, deafness, muscle coordination problems, visual problems, numbness. Dementia and personality changes may develop.

STD Symptoms for Trichomoniasis:

- Clear, white, greenish or yellowish penile or vaginal discharge

- Painful urination

- Strong accompanying odor

- Itching or irritation inside the penis

- Pain during sexual intercourse

- Dull low back pain in the kidney area or lower

STD Symptoms for HIV (AIDS):

- Swollen lymph nodes for more than 3 months (often one of the first signs of HIV infection)

- Persistent, unexplained fatigue

- Fever

- Sore throat

- Unusual, opportunistic infections Rash

- Chronic diarrhea

- Weight loss

- Cough and shortness of breath

- Soaking night sweats

- Shaking chills or fever higher than 100.4 F (38 C) for several weeks

- Persistent headaches





The Bent Penis

As you noticed, none of the above symptoms include a bent or curved penis.

AND, your curved shaft is not starting to seem so bad after all of that, is it? If a curving or bending erection is all you have consider yourself very lucky! Even if it bends a lot right now!

Even better, your bending erection is not life threatening AND it can be corrected very easily 99.99% of the time.

If You Have STD Symptoms

If you have a sexually transmitted disease, as well as a bending or majorly curving erection, you may have more than one thing to work on.

But: do not take STD symptoms lightly.

Some sexually transmitted diseases can cause serious problems that include sterility and even a slow agonizing death.

If you even suspect you have a sexually transmitted disease, go get checked out as soon as possible. It could save your health and even your life.

Get a Proper Diagnosis

Making an early self diagnosis is often very simple.

If you have been sexually active and are experiencing ANY new type of discomfort, pain itching or oozing in your sexual area, you really need to see a medical professional.

Sexual disease clinics are very experienced in this area and are especially great if you are low on financial resources.

It’s not like it was 40 years ago when about the worst thing your would catch from unprotected sex was gonorrhea. The type that went away with a single shot.

STD symptoms these days can indicate “popular” diseases that:

  • Don’t go away (are incurable)
  • Can make you sterile
  • Give you cancer
  • Give you AIDS or Hepatitis and kill you



So be safe.

BE CAREFUL.

It’s serious these days.

Play safe or don’t play at all. Even a condom won't protect you from herpes or HPV. And, as I said, if you think you have STD symptoms, get yourself checked out by a medical professional or clinic that specializes in sexually transmitted diseases.


Be Well.....

~ William


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