Fever, Pain During Urination, And Sore Throat After A Risky Relationship?
hello, I had a risky sex hub a month ago, and now suddenly I have a fever and pain when urinating accompanied by heat in whether I have herpes or syphilis? please answer thank you
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Fever, pain during urination, and sore throat (deep heat) can indeed indicate sexually transmitted infections, not only genital herpes or syphilis, but can also be gonorrhea, mycoplasma, HIV, and so on. This sexually transmitted infection can be experienced by you if you often engage in risky sexual activities, whether vaginal, anal or oral, such as with people with no clear sexual history or frequently change partners without using security. Symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection often do not appear immediately after intercourse. But requires a varied incubation period, usually around 1 to 4 weeks after microorganisms enter the body.
In addition to sexually transmitted infections, your complaints can also occur due to other causes, such as urinary tract infections, bladder stones, airway infections, gastric acid reflux, decreased endurance, psychosomatic disorders, and so on. Differentiating sexually transmitted infections from a variety of diseases above you need to do by going directly to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine. Usually, the doctor will conduct in-depth interviews and physical examinations to make a possible diagnosis. Furthermore, you might also be advised to undergo blood, urine, urethral discharge examinations, and so on. Your doctor can also direct you to undergo HIV counseling and testing. That way, if your complaint is caused by a sexually transmitted infection, then your doctor can give you the right treatment, such as with antibiotics (if the cause is bacterial), antiviral (if the cause is a virus), or others.
In the meantime, you should avoid all forms of risky sexual activity (as mentioned above). Also avoid any sexual activity as long as you have not been declared cured by a doctor to minimize the risk of transmission to your sexual partner. Risky sex not only risks causing you to contract an infection, but also causes guilt, shame, feeling guilty, and also the risk of pregnancy outside of marriage. Always live a healthy lifestyle, including drinking lots, eating nutritionally balanced foods, exercising regularly, maintaining personal hygiene, and not smoking or consuming alcohol. Choose a good social environment, which does not plunge you into deviant behavior, including casual sex. In order for fever, pain when urinating, and your throat pain is reduced, now you can take the drug paracetamol first before seeing a doctor.
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