Skip navigation! Story from Body. Cory Stieg. They say that you can tell a lot about your health by looking at the color of your pee : Clear to pale yellow means you're hydrated, and amber to brown means you should probably drink some water ASAP.
Before you start to worry that you might have an STI, first check if your symptoms could be caused by one of these six common conditions. You should still see a nurse or doctor, but it could give you some peace of mind in the meantime! Thrush is a yeast infection that can affect both males and females. Although it can sometimes happen after having sex, thrush can also affect people who are not having sex. Males who get thrush might notice a rash, itchiness, and discharge under the foreskin. Thrush can be easily treated, either by seeing a nurse or doctor, or going to a pharmacy.
Many people will not notice any signs or symptoms when they have a sexually transmitted infection. There are many different types of sexually transmitted infections, some of which people have better awareness of than others, for example chlamydia, gonorrhoea and genital warts. Here are some of the lesser known infections which can affect people, how they can spot the signs, and what treatment involves.
Eh, what are those bumps on your vagina? Before you panic, get the need-to-know info on what could pop up on your most private parts. Finding lumps, spots, or bumps on your vagina is probably going to cause instant panic. Is it an ingrown hair?