If you are worried because you have noticed a genital symptom, you need to see your doctor or go to a sexual health clinic. This section provides information about some of the commonest genital infections and sexually transmitted infections for people who have had an infection confirmed by their doctor or by a clinic, or who have a partner with a STI and who want more information. These are:
Dr Phil Hammond talks fully and frankly about genital infections in his Expert guide to Genital infections.
If you have not been diagnosed with one of the conditions above, you may find the information you are looking for on genital lumps and bumps, itching or soreness in our sections on:
Written by: Dr Margaret Stearn
Edited by: Dr Margaret Stearn
Last updated: Wednesday, August 3rd 2011
Useful contacts for Genital infections
Click to see all the contacts that you may find useful in relation to genital infections
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