How is it that my boyfriend doesn't have trichomonas when I've had it for over a year and half?
- 13 Jun 2016 by mross9103
- 18 September 2016
Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease and is passed from an infected person to his or her partner during sexual intercourse without a condom. Both partners are treated with metronidazole and should refrain from intercourse until treatment complete.
Are you sure your partner does not have it?
Unlike women men rarely develop symptoms themselves. They occasionally can have irritation and inflammation at the tip of the penis, discomfort during urination, and a discharge from the end of the penis.
For more information see: https://www.drugs.com/health-guide/trichomoniasis.html
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