STI: An 'unusual fishy smell' could be a warning sign of a sexually transmitted infection


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“Get checked at three months to make sure you have not been infected again, or sooner if your symptoms come back before then.”

The NHS cautioned that up to half of all people infected “will not develop any symptoms”.

Even if a person is symptomless, if they have the infection, they can still pass it on to a sexual partner.

The NHS stated: “You do not have to have many sexual partners to catch trichomoniasis. Anyone who’s sexually active can catch it and pass it on.”


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