Drug Side Effect reports associated with Trichomoniasis

Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a parasite. It affects both women and men, but symptoms are more common in women. Symptoms in women include a green or yellow discharge from the vagina, itching in or near the vagina and discomfort with urination. Most men with trichomoniasis don't have any symptoms, but it can cause irritation inside the penis.

You can cure trichomoniasis with antibiotics. In men, the infection usually goes away on its own without causing symptoms. But an infected man can continue to infect or reinfect a woman until he gets treated. So it's important that both partners get treated at the same time. Correct usage of latex condoms greatly reduces, but does not eliminate, the risk of catching or spreading trichomoniasis.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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hiv infection What is  hiv infection.chlamydial infection, maternal condition affecting foetus, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis, ultrasound scan abnormal, urinary tract infection What is  urinary tract infection, ventricular septal defect More
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atrial fibrillation What is  atrial fibrillation.infection protozoal, lung infection, pneumonitis, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis More
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contraception.intra-uterine contraceptive device expelled, iucd complication, iud migration, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis, urine analysis abnormal, uterine cervical erosion, vaginal infection More
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contraception.asthenia, gardnerella infection, nausea What is  nausea, pregnancy What is  pregnancy, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis, urinary tract infection What is  urinary tract infection More
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pelvic inflammatory disease What is  pelvic inflammatory disease, pelvic pain What is  pelvic pain, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis, vaginal discharge, vaginal odour More
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systemic antiviral treatment.abortion spontaneous, blighted ovum, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis More
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contraception, neck pain, tendonitis, arthralgia, sleep disorder What is  sleep disorder.anorexia, chills, pyrexia, skin lesion, spinal compression fracture, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis More
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hepatitis c What is  hepatitis c.cardiomegaly, cough, diabetes mellitus, hepatic steatosis, pleural effusion, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis More
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type 2 diabetes mellitus.bacteria urine identified, blood potassium decreased, dehydration, hyperglycaemia, loss of consciousness, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis More
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rheumatoid arthritis What is  rheumatoid arthritis.cellulitis What is  cellulitis, deep vein thrombosis What is  deep vein thrombosis, depression What is  depression, gastrointestinal disorder, international normalised ratio increased, intervertebral disc protrusion, prescribed overdose, pulmonary embolism What is  pulmonary embolism, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis More
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nephrotic syndrome, prophylaxis, protein total decreased.caesarean section, coagulation factor decreased, condition aggravated, disease progression, premature labour, protein total decreased, renal disorder, trichomoniasis What is  trichomoniasis More

All medicines have benefits and risks. The risks of medicines are the chances that something unwanted or unexpected could happen to you when you use them, such as Trichomoniasis. Side effects can be temporary or long-lasting, and vary in seriousness. It is important to monitor drugs for Trichomoniasis and any other side effects. Sometimes Trichomoniasis can be reduced with the right treatment.

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