All Subjects Without Taboos

Detect an STD: pain during intercourse, urinary burns

You have pain during sex, and / or burning while urinating. These symptoms require consultation with a doctor.

These symptoms can indeed reveal an STI:
> Vulvovaginal mycosis.
> A vaginitis.
> Gonorrhea.
> A salpingitis. Want to share, share your experience or need advice? Appointment in our FORUMS STD, Sexuality or A doctor answers you!

Popular Posts

Category All Subjects Without Taboos, Next Article

Erotic massage - All Subjects Without Taboos
All Subjects Without Taboos

Erotic massage

Reading reserved for adults. Erotic massage is a doubly effective massage technique: it allows the mind to catch daily concerns and the body to relax, all in a sensual atmosphere. The gentle and languid movements of the massage awaken the bodies to sensuality and create a harmonious contact between the two partners
Read More
Differences in age: the testimony of Jacques, 65 - All Subjects Without Taboos
All Subjects Without Taboos

Differences in age: the testimony of Jacques, 65

Jacques has been retired for a few months. He is married for 18 years to Adeline, 22 years younger. They have three children. A few months ago, Jacques became ill. Living with a woman 22 years younger than you, is that a problem? It would be very hypocritical to say yes ... You do not believe? I live with a young, beautiful, intelligent woman who gave me three beautiful children
Read More
Detect an STD: Where to screen? - All Subjects Without Taboos
All Subjects Without Taboos

Detect an STD: Where to screen?

Do you have disturbing symptoms? Abnormal losses, small pimples, itching on the genitals? You had an unprotected sex with a suspicious or contagious person? If you meet one of these characteristics, do not wait, go quickly to a general practitioner , a gynecologist or a CDAG or a family planning near you
Read More