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Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases or in short STD’s is a referral to multiple illnesses, which are transmitted in multiple ways, which include sex and oral sex. These illnesses also include STI’s (sexually transmitted infections) and VD (venereal disease).

Practicing safe sex with condoms is essential to avoiding STD’s. Multiple types of STD’s can be transmitted, which include treatable and untreatable viruses such as HIV/AIDS. AIDS is a deadly virus, which is a deadly disease that cannot be cured. Medications are available to slow down the process of the virus.

STD symptoms for Women

As mentioned above, multiple symptoms can be expected once an STD has been obtained. These diseases are known to promote a burning sensation while urinating, blood presence during urination or urinating more often.

Vaginal discharge can also indicate multiple STD’s. Woman are required to keep track of discharge as a thick white substance could indicate a yeast infection. Green or yellow discharge could indicate trichomoniasis or gonorrea. Itching of the vaginal area could indicate different STD’s will not be related to it at all. Itching can also be a allergic reaction to latex condoms, genital warts, a yeast infection as well as an early phase of viral or bacterial STD’s.

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A painful sexual experience can also indicate an STD. This is most commonly associated with pelvic inflammatory disease, which he is an advanced stage of gonorrea or Chlamydia. Hepatitis, syphilis or HPV are usually presented with painful like sores around the vaginal area or mouth.

STD symptoms for men

Men have much fewer symptoms than woman. Symptoms four men include pain when urinating, more frequent urination, foul-smiling at normal discharge from the penis, painful erections, blisters, sores or bumps around the genital area.

Most Common STD Types

AIDS is short for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, which use a life threatening disease starting from HIV (immunodeficiency virus). The virus attacks T-cells, which are used to fight against viruses and disease is. The HIV virus can duplicate itself and destroy positive T-cells, which leaves you open to multiple viruses, infections and diseases. The HIV disease will continue to destroy sales until the T-cell count drops below 200, which presents AIDS. Earlier years people with AIDS were only able to live a few months, but modern medicine has managed to slow the process down. However, no cure is available for HIV or AIDS.

Human Papillomavirus Infection is also known as HPV. This virus can be transmitted by unprotected sex or oral sex. This bonus can affect the genital area, mouth, throat when in sexual contact. The infection can also be transmitted to newborn babies from their mother. This disease has been known to go away by itself on a rare occasion. However, it can also cause warts around the genital area and indifferent. Furthermore, this infection can cause cancer in genitals, neck, throat and head. Early stages of this infection are known to have no symptoms.

Chlamydia is mainly transmitted through unprotected sex. This infection may not provide any visible symptoms, but could have major effects on the body. Chlamydia could prevent a woman from having kids or complicate a current pregnancy. This can also cause PID (pelvic inflammatory disease), which is a medical emergency. Symptoms include severe pelvic pain, nausea, high fever and abnormal bleeding between periods.