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What cause trichamonous?


Trichomoniasis is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases by a parasite called Trichomonas vaginalis. The disease is most prevalent in women and is passed sexually. Some people believe or want to believe that this parasite an be caught and spread by a toilet seat. However, this is a disbelief. The parasite cannot over live too long in the outer environment.

Women who engage themselves in sexual contacts with more than one partner are at biggest risk of contracting the infection. The most common signs in women are foul odor or green discharge from the vagina, vaginal itching or redness, pain after intercourse and frequent urination and men experience symptoms like discharge from the urethra, the urge to urinate, and a burning sensation with urination, which could be mistaken with other STD’s or an UTI.

Trichomoniasis is easily treated with antibiotics but the cure won’t make you resistant to the parasite. You may get infected again if you run into the parasite without wearing any protection. Your partner needs to be treated as well, otherwise you will get re-infected.