For women who however have symptoms, they include itch and sores around the genital region, pain and burning sensations during urination, and more often vaginal discharge.
This discharge may vary in colour from yellow, white or even green and consistency can be thick or even fluid like with mucus. Furthermore, this discharge may accompany an odour. Having sex whilst one has a Trichomoniasis infection would be painful for the woman as the vaginal lining is inflamed and sore. These symptoms manifest themselves 1 to 4 weeks after the last sexual exposure.
Just by symptoms alone however, it is not possible to diagnose Trichomonas as symptoms of Trichomonas may mimic other STDs such as Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea. A full female STD screening at DTAP Express picks up Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Tricohomonas and even other hygiene related infections in a woman’s vagina.