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Top three reasons to consider testing yourself for an STI

 

26 MILLION

new STI cases in 2018

Nearly HALF

of the new STI cases were
among youth aged 15-24

1 IN FIVE

people in the USA have an STI

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Blister Near Anus

Finding a blister near the anus can be alarming. After all, with so many kinds of diseases out there, spotting a blister near anus can put all kinds of ideas into your mind.

Several conditions can cause itching or blister near anus. Some may result from more minor cases such as skin conditions, pubic lice, or contact with irritants, among others. Some blisters may, however, have serious underlying conditions, for instance, an STD. So, it is always recommended to get tested for STDs if you discover a blister near anus to check if it is possibly a symptom of an STD. 

Top three reasons to consider testing yourself for an STI

 

26 MILLION

new STI cases in 2018

Nearly HALF

of the new STI cases were
among youth aged 15-24

1 IN FIVE

people in the USA have an STI

Blister Near Anus

Blisters near the anus can result from various conditions, such as;

 

  • Anal Herpes

Another possible cause of blisters near anus is anal herpes. This condition is caused by Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) and has two types called HSV1 and HSV2. You can get affected if you have sexual contact with a partner who has anal herpes. The risk of contracting the virus is higher when you have sex during an active outbreak of herpes blisters near the anus.

 

Anal herpes can be seen as reddish-white blisters that can cause itching and ooze pus. Ulcers and lesions may also appear near the healed blisters. You may also experience pain in your anal area and change in your bowel movements.

 

  • Genital Herpes

Genital Herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STI) that can cause blisters around the anus. These types of blisters are painful and filled with fluid which can break and ooze fluid. About 16% of people between the ages of 14-49 years have this infection. Blisters appear in what we call an outbreak. After catching the virus, the first outbreak typically appears as soon as two days to as late as 30 days.

 

  • Anal Warts

Anal warts are blisters that appear in and around the anus. It is also called condyloma acuminata. While symptoms may not show early, you may experience increasing itchiness and blisters in and around the anus over time.

 

So, if these conditions look suspicious to you, make the bold step and get tested for a possible STD. Even if you don't have sex, there are chances to get an STD, such as HPV, which is a virus family that can spread from skin-to-skin contact. HPV can cause a wart or blister near anus, which is mostly harmless, but in some cases, it can lead to major health complications like cervical or anal cancer. So, getting tested is the best way to rule out the possibility of an STD if you find a blister near anus.

Top three reasons to consider testing yoursef for and STI

26 MILLION

new STI cases in 2018

Nearly HALF

of the new STI cases were
among youth aged 15-24

1 IN FIVE

people in the USA have an STI

Top three reasons to consider testing yoursef for and STI

26 MILLION

new STI cases in 2018

Nearly HALF

of the new STI cases were
among youth aged 15-24

1 IN FIVE

people in the USA have an STI

GET TESTED NOW
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Same day testing
Results in 1-2 days
Doctor consultations available
Fast lab visits
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Mall-in-kits at home
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