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Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) have been on the rise for the last decade, 2015 being the year of hype. The situation made the availability of over the counter STD test kits fast and easy.

Take a look at the statistics. There is a 50 percent chanc...

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Co-infection is defined as having more than one infection. Co-infections of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are quite common. For example, it has been estimated that approximately half of gonorrhea infections are accompanied by chlamydial infect...

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Frequency of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

For many reasons, plenty of people believe that STIs “wouldn’t happen to me”. Yet statistics prove otherwise. The World Health Organisation has estimated that more than one million STIs are acquired ...

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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) often begin silently, or so mildly that few take any notice of them. Unfortunately, untreated STIs often cause serious adverse effects. The seeming innocuousness of STIs may lead people not to seek diagnosis or ...

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Hepatitis C is caused by the Hepatitis C virus. The World Health Organisation estimates that 1.75 million new hepatitis C infection occurred in 2015. Like the hepatitis B virus, the hepatitis C virus also comes in several strains, and the frequency o...

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Chlamydia, the most common sexually transmitted disease, affects around 10 percent of sexually active females. Chlamydia symptoms in women can vary from no symptoms to chlamydia related discharge from the vagina. More than 1 million chlamydia cases w...

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Chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease (STD), has various symptoms in men and women. Luckily, symptoms of chlamydia in men are present in almost 50 percent of the cases, as opposed to 25 percent in women. The remaining 50 percent cases of chlamydi...

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The symptoms for many sexually transmitted diseases (STD) can be very mild, or be confused with symptoms for other diseases. Very often, STDs do not even produce any symptoms. Despite beginning in a seemingly innocuous manner, many of these diseases ...

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