A sexually transmitted disease is an infection contracted through sexual activity (as you probably already know). An STD can affect people of all ages regardless of race or sexual orientation, but they’re more common among adolescents and young adults.
What effects do STD’s have?
Their effects are emotional, physical and sometimes fatal. Although many STDs are treatable, there are some that have no cure. If you suspect you may have an STD, get medical care right away. If you are diagnosed with an STD, you will need to notify your sexual partners so they can be treated as well.
When you’re sexually active, protect yourself by learning about safe sex practices, STDs, and how to spot them. Arm yourself with knowledge and find out some facts on the most common STDs. So, here are some warning signs and symptoms that you should look out for.
Common STD Symptoms in Men:
- Being asymptomatic or experiencing no symptoms at all
- Blisters on or around penis
- Spots, bumps or lesions on the penis
- Discharge oozing from the tip of the penis
- Painful urination
- Painful ejaculation
- Itching on the tip of the penis
- Rash on the penis, testicles, or groin
Now, for the question we are mainly out to answer in this blog which is, could an STD affect my penis post-enlargement surgery? Well, the simple and straightforward answer is yes, yes it can. The reality is that regardless of whether you have had penis enlargement surgery or not, there is always going to be a risk of you getting an STD. So make sure to stay safe when it comes to your sexual activities to ensure that a trip to your doctor isn’t forthcoming.
We do note that no surgery will be performed should the patient have any STDs, and this should be seen to straight away before we continue with the penis enlargement treatment.