Trichomoniasis is the most common non viral STI in the United States. Trichomoniasis is a condition caused by the microscopic parasite Trichomonas vaginalis. It is spread through sex. Infection is most common in females assigned at birth. Older people are more likely than younger people to have been infected with trichomoniasis. People who have trichomoniasis are at an increased risk of infection with other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
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- What is trichomoniasis?
- How common is trichomoniasis?
- How do people get trichomoniasis?
- What are risk factors of trichomoniasis?
- What are the symptoms of trichomoniasis?
- What are signs of trichomoniasis?
- What are the complications of trichomoniasis?
- How does trichomoniasis affect a pregnant person and their baby?
- How is trichomoniasis diagnosed?
- What is the treatment for trichomoniasis?