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Pubic area


In a few minutes the symptom check will give you personal and reliable information about your pubic area symptoms. You will know:

  • 1 How serious your pubic area symptoms are..
  • 2 If you need to see a doctor & what you have to watch out for.
  • 3 What you can do to get rid of your pubic area complaint.
  • 4 What the doctor would think of first.

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Genital

General information about genital complaints

Genital complaints cover all complaints of male and female genitals. For men: penis, scrotum and testicles (or balls). For women: vulva, vagina and uterus. You can also get personal information about your risk at getting an STD and the reason you are at risk. Read more about genital complaints below or do the symptom check and get personal information about your genital complaints.

Common genital complaints

Commom genital complaints for men: - Increased genital discharge
- Painful or burning urination
- Genital itch
- Genital rash
- Erection problems
- Urinary difficulty

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- Painful or burning urination
- Genital itch
- Genital rash
- Irregular vaginal blood loss
- Abdominal pain
- Pain during sex
- Urinary incontinence

Causes of genital complaints

Genital complaints can be caused by a range of conditions, complaints can be caused by an STD, but even more often they have a purely physical cause. You can get information about common STD's like chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital herpes and crabs, but also about other conditions like bladder infection, spotting, vaginal dryness during sex and erection problems. It is important to know the cause of the complaints and to know when to see a doctor.

Knowing what to do when you have a genital complaint

Genital complaints have a wide range of conditions and causes, so it's important to know when to contact a doctor. You can do the symptom check and answer several questions about your symptoms like genital itch, risk at STD, erection problems, vaginal blood loss and all other genital complaints you might be having. You will get personal information whithin a few minutes about your complaints and possible causes!

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or read more about:
At risk of a Sexually transmitted disease (STD)
Low risk for Sexually transmitted disease (STD)
Spotting
Common irregular vaginal blood loss
Bladder infection
Bacterial vaginosis
Fungal infection
Chlamydia
Crabs
A forgotten tampon
Genital herpes
Syphilis
Genital warts
Gonorrhea
Inguinal hernia
Trichomonas
Vaginal dryness during sex
Postmenopausal vaginal dryness
Erection problems
Lichen Sclerosus
Smegma
Vaginism
Stress incontinence
Urge incontinence
Urinary problems among older men
Phimosis

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Answer all the questions as best as possible. It is possible to change your answers at the end of the check.

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What is your gender?

Click on one of the answers

Which of these complaints are bothering you?

Click on one or more symptoms from the list.

Which of these complaints are bothering you?

Click on one or more symptoms from the list.

How old are you?

Click on one of the answers. Then click on 'Next step'

How sick do you feel?

Click on a number between 0 (not sick or no pain) and 10 (Extremely sick or extreme pain) that describes how you feel.

How worried are you?

Click on a number between 0 (not worried) and 10 (Extremely worried) that describes how worried you are.

How long have you had your complaints?

Are you a victim of sexual violence, assault or rape?

Sexual assault: any sexual contact against your will or sexual acts you were forced into

Have you been warned by a former bed partner, that you should get tested for an STD?

This concerns bed partners you've had sexual contact with and who have been diagnosed with an STD

Do you have any (other) physical complaints?

These can be genital complaints, but can also be other physical complaints

Does it sting or burn when you urinate?

Have you had unprotected sexual contact the last 6 months?

Note: this means sex with someone who hasn't recently been tested for STDs or of whom you don't know

Have you had any cold chills?

Do you have a urinary catheter that is blocked or has come loose?

When did you last urinate?

Is there any blood in your urine?

Do you have an itch in your genital area?

Do you have any complaints of discharge from you penis?

Has your vaginal discharge changed?

It is normal for women to have some vaginal discharge, but with some diseases the discharge can change in amount, color or smell

How much bleeding is there, outside of your menstruation?

Do you have any abdominal pain?

Are you pregnant?

Do you have any pain in or around your testicles, that hasn't been caused by an accident?

Do you have an erection, that won't go away?

Do you have a fever?

Measure your temperature and indicate how high your fever is.

Fever thermometer

Have you had an accident, in which you hurt your penis or scrotum?

Have you had an accident, in which you hurt your vagina?

Is a swollen ring behind the head of your penis, causing your foreskin to be trapped behind it?

Spanish collar

Is there any unusual swelling in or around your groin, penis or testicles?

Penis swelling

Is there any unusual swelling in or around your groin, vulva, labia or vagina?

Vagina swelling

Are you using any medication that suppresses your immune system?

Do you have AIDS?

Note: AIDS is a later stage of HIV infection, so having AIDS is not the same as being HIV-positive

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