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.
No doubt, detecting the presence of an STD requires that a scientific test is done using designated diagnostic tools. Without these tests, it will be very tedious to manage an STD. Pleasantly enough, diagnostic tools and techniques have evolved into ... Read More
It is not just about being heard; it demands your active listening. Talking with your doctor entails a heart-to-heart connection where you are able to open up your concerns to him or her and then creating room in your heart to receive guidance, sugge... Read More
The scrotum is the pouch of skin that bears a man's testicles, a very important part of the male reproductive system. It projects downwards and hangs between the legs. It is a very crucial part of the male reproductive system in that it houses the te... Read More
Penile discharge is quite broad; it covers every leaking or issuing out of fluid-like or mucous substances from a man's penis. The penis is an external male organ that serves as both a copulation and urinary organ. It sends semen and urine out from t... Read More
The penis is an important organ in a human male that is necessary for copulation and for passing out urine. Penile cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that start from the skin of the penis and works its way into the penis. It is a very deadly cond... Read More
Pelvic pain experienced as a result of the complications from sexually transmitted diseases is an indication that there is a more serious problem with the sufferer.
A woman who is constantly complaining of pain on the pelvis or lower abdomen, whose ro... Read More
It is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a specific type of Chlamydia trachomatis, which could be C. trachomatis serovars L1, L2, or L3. It affects the genital or anorectal areas of an infected person and importantly, the lymph nodes.
Though the... Read More
Donovanosis is another name for Granuloma Inguinale. About 100 cases are reported in the United States annually. It is basically a sexually transmitted infection caused by a bacterium known as Klebsiella granulomatis. Klebsiella's former name is Caly... Read More