May 08, 2021
Sex

What exactly is STD neurosis?

STD neurosis is also called phobia is a physical and mental disease, which is different from ordinary people in psychology and behavior. After observation, it is not difficult to judge.

1. Psychological abnormalities are highly afraid of venereal diseases, suspect that he has contracted venereal diseases, and require confirmation. Pay more attention to things related to venereal diseases and pay special attention. He is particularly sensitive to his own minor physical discomforts and changes, and even normal physiological phenomena, and thinks he is the symptoms or early manifestations of STDs. There are compulsive memories, and they entangle the doctor to repeatedly tell and emphasize their symptoms, the plot of the disease, ask questions, ask for explanations, and even show compulsive exhaustion. However, there are doubts or disbelief, or stubborn opinions about the doctor’s explanation, and he insists on repeated examination and treatment. Excessive fear, pain, worry, regret, worry, and extreme mental stress.

2. Abnormal behavior is mainly to be highly vigilant and avoid the possible ways of contagious STDs, such as not daring to share a room with a spouse, self-use washing utensils, repeated forced washing, and sometimes seek medical advice several times a day, or go to multiple hospitals to find different doctors for treatment Consultation and treatment to reduce their mental stress.

3. Patient complaint

(1) Mental symptoms, such as dizziness, headache, insomnia, nightmares, palpitations, anorexia, tinnitus, fatigue, bad breath, etc.



(2) Symptoms of the vulva, such as incomplete urination, difficulty urinating, or itching of the urethra, pain and discomfort, “discharge” at the urethral opening, pain and discomfort in the scrotum and lower abdomen, and nocturnal emission, premature ejaculation, impotence, irregular menstruation, Decreased libido, etc. In severe cases, hypersensitivity symptoms such as insect bites in the urethra or insect crawling in the vagina may be felt.

(3) Non-specific symptoms, such as back pain, weakness and pain in the lower limbs, and itchy skin.

4. The physical signs are mainly manifestations of autonomic dysfunction, such as flushing, sweating, palpitation, rapid heart rate, arrhythmia, tremor of hands, etc.

The above-mentioned various clinical manifestations disappear or are not obvious during work stress, attention shift, and sleep, and there are no positive signs of sexually transmitted diseases in systematic examination and skin and genital examination.

5. Laboratory examination Since STD phobia is only a psychological abnormality, and it does not suffer from STDs in fact, there are no abnormal findings in laboratory examinations of various STDs.