Have you put your health on your priority list? When was the last time you checked for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)? Different STIs or STDs are on the rise and you are now more at risk than before. Following the safe sexual intercourse guidelines is the key to a healthy relationship. Please continue reading to learn the things every woman needs to know about STIs.

STDs in Women

The phrases sexually transmitted diseases and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are interchangeably used and there is no big difference. The main thing is to make sure you have a safe sexual relationship with your husband. Otherwise, there are chances of different STIs and can turn out to be life-threatening. All forms of sexual contact (vaginal, oral, and anal) pose certain risks. Some common symptoms a female may experience due to an STI are:

  • Pain
  • Rashes
  • Vaginal itching
  • Unusual discharge


The issue is; some STIs do not exhibit any symptoms at all. Not treating such issues in a timely manner may lead to major diseases such as cervical cancer. Moreover, some infections can cause infertility, pregnancy complications or transfer the disease to the child during birth. The best way to stay safe is to adopt safe sexual relationship practices.

Common STDs in Women

The list below shows the most common STDs in women:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Genital herpes
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV)

Common Symptoms of STDs

If you are sexually active, you must learn what common symptoms are. The list below shows some notable ones:

  • Pain During Sex
  • Rashes or Sores
  • Abnormal Bleeding
  • Changes in Urination
  • Abnormal Vaginal Discharge
  • Itching in the Vaginal Area due to:
  • Genital warts
  • Yeast infection
  • Pubic lice or scabies
  • Allergic reaction to a latex condom
  • The early phases of most bacterial and viral STDs

Preventing STDs

Prevention is always better than cure. The following three points are necessary to follow to prevent different STDs.

  • Use protection
  • Get tested regularly
  • Communicate if you have it

STDs and Pregnancy

Even women can get an injection during pregnancy. As some infections do not show symptoms, the woman may not realize she is infected. This can transfer the infection to the child during delivery. If you are pregnant, you need more care while making sexual contact.

STDs and Sexual Assault

In case a horrific incident such as sexual assault happens, do not be shy and get proper physical and medical examination to know you are safe. The incidents of STDs propagation have taken place through sexual assaults. If some time has passed, you can still visit a doctor to know if you have an infection or not. In such cases, the doctors often use the followings:

  • Antibiotics
  • An HPV vaccine
  • A hepatitis vaccine
  • HIV antiviral medication

Either you are sexually active or have been sexually active in the near past, you should be worried about your health.

Please book an appointment now and we will let you know whether you are safe or not.

Book an Appointment Now

If you are sexually active, you need to adopt the safe methods for sexual intercourse. To be on the safe side, it is good to have yourself and your partner checked for any sexually transmitted disease or infection. The Euromed Clinic Center Dubai will determine if you have an infection or not. We can treat if, unfortunately, you have an STD.

Put your health higher on your priorities list, book your appointment by calling us or filling the short online form now.