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STD Blog

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are some of the most common health concerns worldwide. Many myths and misconceptions about STDs persist, which can lead to unnecessary fear and anxiety or even cause harm to people. Here in our STD Blog, you will find informative articles that address different aspects of various STDs in detail, and dispel any myths and misconceptions. If you are worried that you may have acquired an infection, our articles can help you to identify signs and symptoms associated with a particular STD. If you have tested positive for an STD, our articles will help you learn more about your condition and understand it better. Please keep in mind that early detection and treatment for STDs is critical for avoiding the medical complications associated with such diseases. Always make sure you seek treatment and advice from your physician for any infection you have.

One of the most notorious sexually transmitted diseases is the hepatitis infection which is very common among sex workers and those with numerous sexual partners. The hepatitis infection affects the liver and eventually causes an inflammation in the ...

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Of all the Sexually Transmitted Diseases, HIV/AIDS stands out as the most discussed transmitted infection because of the fact that it is carcinogenic (cancer-causing) and very deadly. HIV is the first stage of the infection that eventually leads to A...

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The acute stage of any disease may be confusing because it is relative and hepatitis happens not to be an exception to this situation. The acute stage of hepatitis may, therefore, be referred to as the first 6 months after the virus has entered the b...

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Hepatitis is generally classified into 5 categories which are referred to as Hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E. the essence of this classification is as a result of the causative virus which differs from one to another but all are virally transmitted. The ...

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Butterflies, house flies, mosquitoes, and syphilis have something in common developmentally and that is the fact that as butterflies, flies, and mosquitoes evolve from the egg stage to the larva stage then to the pupa and finally emerge as full-blown...

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Understanding how HIV works inside the human cell gives scientists a very vital clue about how to attack it at its most vulnerable stage. Bearing in mind, the intricacies of how the virus works and reproduces itself which is a process called ‘life cy...

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The HCV happens to be one of the numerous viruses which are responsible for hepatitis and the inflammation of an infected person’s liver. When a person has been infected, it becomes very difficult to eliminate the virus from the body as well as for t...

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The liver is one of the major organs of the body whose function is mainly the detoxification of ingested substances in the body, the liver functions effectively to get rid of toxic materials from the body and also produces bile which is used for the ...

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