I was just diagnosed with having Trich, It went undiagnosed for about 2 years, now looking back I had symptoms starting about 7 days after receiving unprotected oral sex. Trich is VERY hard to detect in men. You have to ask be specifically checked for it. Believe me, you know you have it if you in fact do...MAJOR redness at tip/ burning/ and itching like hell...the feeling comes and goes- one day you feel fine and another you are going crazy from symptoms.. Dr's kept telling me nothing was wrong after tests for all other STD's came back negative...
Even if you don't have symptoms ask to be tested for it if you believe someone you were with may of had it.
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