Non-specific urethritis (NSU)
NSU in men can be caused by a variety of bacteria, viruses or other causes. Symptoms include burning when you pass urine and discharge from the urethra. Testing includes a swab and urine sample. Treatment is based on the most likely cause of your symptoms and may include antibiotics. As with all sexually transmitted infections your partner should be tested and treated appropriately.
Trichomonas Vaginalis (TV)
Trichomonas is a sexually transmitted infection which can cause symptoms including vaginal discharge, irritation, bleeding after sex or in between periods. Symptoms in men are unusual. We test for TV with a swab and if positive offer antibiotic treatment to you and your partner.
Thrush is not a sexually transmitted infection but can cause vaginal discharge, irritation and soreness. Thrush will often resolve on its own or with over the counter treatment. However, if your symptoms show no improvement over time with these treatments, or recur frequently, we recommend you attend for an accurate diagnosis as other conditions and infections can cause your symptoms.
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)
Seen in women, this condition is not sexually transmitted. It is caused by an imbalance of the bacterial which live normally in the vagina and can cause symptoms of vaginal discharge which may have an offensive odour. We test for BV with a swab and offer antibiotic treatment when appropriate.