Millions of people get trich every year. It’s caused by a parasite that spreads really easily during sex. The parasite is carried in sexual fluids, like semen, pre cum, and vaginal fluids. Signs of trich include irritation and itching, smelly discharge, and painful or frequent peeing. Other infections can feel like trich. Most of the time, trichomoniasis is super easy to get rid of. The nurse or doctor will prescribe antibiotics to treat the infection — either metronidazole or tinidazole. Generally only have to take one dose of medicine, meaning you take all the medicine at one time. If someone gets treated for trich, it’s really important for that person’s sexual partners to get treated also. Otherwise, that might pass the infection back and forth or to other people. On an average 1 in 5 women get reinfection after three months of treatment. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted contamination (STI) caused by the microorganisms Treponema pallidium. Caught early, syphilis can be cured with antibiotics. A single dose of penicillin is very effective in the early stages and fairly effective in the later stages. If the person is allergic to penicillin, you will probably be given azithromycin or doxycycline instead. Regardless of the treatment, the person needs to have regular blood tests for at least a year after treatment. Avoid having sex until the sores have healed. Any present or late sexual accomplices ought to likewise be tried and treated.