Many people infected with trichomoniasis do not have any symptoms. Those with symptoms may experience genital discharge, discomfort or burning when urinating or after sex, and/or genital itching.
Trichomoniasis is a common STD that affects both women and men, although symptoms are more common in women.
For both men and women, a health care provider must perform a physical examination and laboratory test to diagnose trichomoniasis.
You can get trichomoniasis by having vaginal sex with someone who has it. Women can acquire the disease from men or women, but men usually contract it only from women. The surest way to prevent trichomoniasis is not to have sex, to have sex only with someone who’s not infected and who has sex only with you, or to use condoms the right way every single time you have sex.
CDC information on transmission and prevention of Trichomoniasis
Trichomoniasis can be treated and cured with antibiotics. Finish all of your medicine to be sure you are cured. All recent sex partners should be tested and treated.