STD symptoms in women are varied. If there are symptoms, they usually take place at the site of intercourse. STDs spread through fluid, including vaginal fluid, semen, blood and saliva. Condoms are not fool-proof as such.
STD symptoms in women include vaginal pain, vaginal discharge to even pain during intercourse or abnormal bleeding. If there was anal sex or insertive or receptive oral sex, women can also experience pain on passing stool, discharge from the anus (back passage), throat pain, swollen tonsils and even a hoarse voice. However, the most uncertain symptom of all is no symptoms at all. This results in STDs silently spreading to one’s partner during sexual intercourse.