Can you get STD from toilet seat?

0 votes
asked Jan 3, 2022 in Diseases Conditions by Timscum (500 points)
Can you get STD from toilet seat?

1 Answer

0 votes
answered Jan 6, 2022 by Jamminjammie (4,130 points)
Getting an STD from a toilet seat is possible but it's very unlikely that you would get an STD from a toilet seat as the STD would have to get into your penis or vagina or through a cut and the STD cannot live very long on a toilet seat so you're pretty safe when it comes to avoiding getting an STD from a toilet seat.

The STD that makes you pee a lot and causes frequent urination is Chlamydia and also Gonorrhea.

Both chlamydia and gonorrhea are STDs that most commonly cause frequent urination.

These are among the most common STDs diagnosed in the United States.

When a male has an STD there will be certain signs and symptoms that you should look for that can tell you that you might have an STD.

However to know for sure if you have an STD you should see a doctor to get tested.

The signs and symptoms of an STD in males includes.

Burning or itching in the penis.
A drip (discharge) from the penis.
Pain around pelvis.
Sores, bumps or blisters on penis, anus, or mouth.
Burning and pain with urine or with bowel movements.
Having to go to the bathroom often.

The STD that looks like a pimple is scabies and even herpes.

Scabies are an STD that cause super-itchy pimple-like bumps, tiny blisters, or scales on your genitals and other places on your body.

You may also see small, raised, crooked lines on your skin.

Herpes outbreaks don't always look like blisters.

Sometimes they look like sores, cuts, pimples, or a rash.

Genital herpes outbreaks cause pain, aching, itching, burning, and/or tingling on and around the sex organs.

Some types of STD's go away on their own while others are more serious and need antibiotics and medicines to treat.

If you think you have or know you have an STD you should see a doctor because an STD can be serious enough to kill you.

It's best to get medical treatment for the STD.

Don't try to treat a sexually transmitted disease, or STD, yourself.

These diseases are contagious and serious.

You must see a doctor. Bacterial STDs can be cured with antibiotics if treatment begins early enough.

You can have an STD for years and not know it.

Some types of STD's may not show symptoms for years and so it's possible to have an STD and not know it for years.

Some STDs have symptoms, but many don't, so they can go unnoticed for a long time.

For example, it can take more than 10 years for HIV symptoms to show up, and infections like herpes, chlamydia, and gonorrhea can be spread even if there are no symptoms.

The STD that metronidazole treats is trichomoniasis.

Yes you do take all 4 Metronidazole pills at once.

You will receive 4 white metronidazole pills (500mg each).

Take all 4 pills at the same time with a full glass of water.

The metronidazole 500 mg is an antibiotic that is used to treat bacterial and parasite infections.

Although the metronidazole 500 mg cannot treat the flu or cold virus.

Metronidazole is an antibiotic that is used to treat bacterial infections of the vagina, stomach, liver, skin, joints, brain and spinal cord, lungs, heart, or bloodstream.

Metronidazole is also used to treat trichomoniasis, a sexually transmitted disease caused by a parasite.

Metronidazole capsules and tablets are used to treat infections of the reproductive system, gastrointestinal (GI) tract, skin, heart, bone, joint, lung, blood, nervous system, and other areas of the body.

104,382 questions

104,409 answers


7,044,853 users