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Trichomoniasis is another commonly transmitted sexual disease caused as a result of being infected by Trichomonas vaginalis. In 2018, there were close to 2 million trichomoniasis infections, but only 30 percent developed any symptoms, most of which were older women. Moreover, women are infected in the lower genital tract, which causes vaginal discharge, urination discomfort, or itching of the genitals, while men experience penis discharge, irritation, and burning after ejaculation.

GetCareMD’s online consultation for trichomoniasis starts at as low as $39. Begin by selecting your medical condition or health concern and respond to brief questions regarding the symptoms you’re experiencing. Our health care professionals will review your medical history and study your symptoms in the hour following the trichomoniasis consultation online. You can then collect the prescribed medications from a pharmacy of your choice.


Need an online consultation for gonorrhea? You’ve come to the right place.
Learn more about the condition and how GetCareMD can help:
Gonorrhea is a fairly common sexually transmitted disease (STD) that affects both men and women.
The gonorrhea bacteria — known as Neisseria gonorrhoeae— are typically passed from one person to another via vaginal, oral, or anal intercourse.
Its symptoms can show up in different areas of the body. In certain cases, gonorrhea infection may not cause any symptoms at all.
Getting yourself tested is not a prerequisite to availing a gonorrhea consultation online.
However, we strongly encourage you to get tested, as it will enable us to give you the most effective treatment and care possible.

Symptoms of Gonorrhea

In men, gonorrhea infection may cause:

  • Pain or difficulty in urination
  • Abnormal discharge from the penis
  • Inflammation or pain in one testicle

In women, common symptoms of gonorrhea include:

  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Pain or difficulty in urination
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding between periods
  • Abdominal or pelvic pain

In both men and women, symptoms of gonorrhea can also show up elsewhere in the body:

  • You may experience eye pain, increased sensitivity to light, and pus-like discharge from either one or both eyes.
  • You may get a sore throat or swollen, painful lymph nodes.
  • You might face difficulty in bowel movements or notice blood in stool, a discharge from the rectum, and anal itching.

If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, schedule an online consultation for gonorrhea today.


Need an online consultation for chlamydia? Count on GetCareMD.
Learn more about the condition and how we can help you overcome it.
Chlamydia — also known as chlamydia trachomatis — can often be confused with gonorrhea, as they both present with similar symptoms.
Chlamydia usually affects young, sexually active women. However, it can be found in men and women of all age groups. Similar to gonorrhea, it can sometimes be asymptomatic.
The bacteria that causes chlamydia is typically spread from one person to another through vaginal, oral, or anal sex.
Though testing is not a prerequisite for your chlamydia consultation online, we strongly encourage you to get tested.
Based on your test results, we can give you the most effective treatment and care possible.

Symptoms of Chlamydia

Detecting chlamydia early without a positive test result can be difficult, since it doesn’t show symptoms right away.
The most common symptom is difficult or painful urination.
Other symptoms in women include:

  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Difficulty or pain during intercourse
  • Post-coital bleeding
  • Bleeding between periods

In men, chlamydia may cause:

  • Abnormal discharge from the penis
  • Testicular pain, inflammation, or discomfort

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, get tested and schedule your online consultation for chlamydia today.


People who have sex with multiple partners or have unprotected sex are at an increased risk of contracting syphilis. The Treponema pallidum bacterium enters the body through abrasions or cuts in the mucous membrane or skin during sexual intercourse with an infected person’s sore. Syphilis is contagious during the primary and secondary stages; it may also spread in the early latent period through direct unprotected contact.

Syphilis left untreated can damage the human body by increasing the risk of HIV infection. Moreover, in women, syphilis may cause complications during pregnancy. Early diagnosis can help prevent future damage.

Online consultation for syphilis at GetCareMD starts at just $39. You can now choose your medical condition, respond to brief questions regarding the symptoms you’re experiencing, and GetCareMD’s medical professional will review your medical history and provided information, following an hour after the syphilis consultation online. We’ll get back to you with a prescription.

Genital Herpes

Genital herpes is an infection that primarily spreads through sexual contact; it’s caused due to the herpes simplex virus that causes itchiness, soreness, or pain in the genitalia. In addition, both men and women may develop sores around the mouth, anus, buttocks, thighs, and urethra. For men, the penis or scrotum and for women, the vaginal area, cervix, or external genitals are also susceptible to sores.

Other complications commonly associated with genital herpes include bladder implications, meningitis, rectal inflammation, newborn infection, or other sexually transmitted infections. Unfortunately, recurrences aren’t uncommon to genital herpes as they may keep recurring for years.

You can now get started with genital herpes consultation online at GetCareMD for as low as $39. Simply select online consultation for genital herpes, answer brief questions regarding the symptoms you’re experiencing. Within one hour, a GetCareMD’s health care professional direct your medical history and provided information to a pharmacy where you can collect your prescribed medications.

Chlamydia & Gonorrhea

Chlamydia and gonorrhea are two of the most commonly sexually transmitted diseases. Both share common symptoms that include painful, burning urination, inflammation, and discharge, which may be white, yellow or green.

While testing is not a prerequisite to treatment, it is recommended that patients get tested in order to check for effectiveness of the treatment. We ensure confidentiality for all our consultation and treatment services.