About 6 year ago I had unprotected sex. Never had any kind of STD symptom, no burning, no discharge, no rash, nothing. About a year ago I began having stomach issues, severe gas, bloating, diarhea, constipation. Dr. ran all sorts of test with no diagnosis other than possibly IBS. Recently my wife began experiencing similar symptoms. Could this be the result of some sort of bacterial STD that has laid dormant for this long? Any with similar experience???
Sorry about the blank post my pc was acting up. I have never heard of a std that comes out that many years latter with stomache issues. Your find its something els. I'm sure you have been teated for HIV speaking of all the other test u took yur find. I doubt its a STD.
I experienced the exact same thing and my doctor told me the same thing IBS but my symptoms occurred within a month or two of me having unprotected sex.... and my GF experienced the same thing.... I think maybe its some sort of bacteria or something that they haven't discovered yet and they'll find out about it like 5-10 yrs from now...
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