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  1. How Does One Successfully Live With HIV in the Body?

    Ever seen the saddened face of a person whose HIV result has just come out positive, the flashes of a thousand years that goes through his/her mind? It’s that terrible, trying to imagine the level of fear associated with the contraction of HIV. When asked, many often say their greatest fear in life is being infected with the incurable disease called HIV yet many fail to tune their minds to the possibility to survive and lead a healthy life... → Continue reading
  2. More HIV AIDS Knowledge Than You Were Taught in School

    HIV or human immunodeficiency virus is a global threat that affects all of the population in the same way, and, if undetected and untreated in time, it can result in death. It is a big and the most important global health issue today, which affected more than 40 million, lives already. According to the World Health Organization, around 36.9 million people globally were living with HIV/AIDS and 940.000 people died of HIV-related illness in 2017. Sub-Saharan parts of Africa, the... → Continue reading
  3. Syphilis Can Affect That Child Too; Treat Yourself Today!

    Syphilis is a much talked about STD in the world today considering its many peculiar effects on the person it is infected with. Syphilis basically progresses like many other types of STDs with different kinds of signs at multiple stages (although some particular symptoms may appear in two or more stages). It is important to also note that a person may even be infected with Syphilis and not experience any symptom which all boils down to the difference in... → Continue reading
  4. Alas; Chlamydia Prevention is Cheaper and Simpler Than Cure!

    Diseases that are sexually transmitted are some of the world’s major challenges that are battled with by the majority of young persons. This is because many fail to exercise preventive measures to shield against the contraction of such diseases, especially when they are exposed to them. Chlamydia is caused by a bacterium known as Chlamydia Trachomatis which could affect both men and women with various symptoms and side effects in and around the body. One can become infected with... → Continue reading
  5. Different STD Symptoms in Men and Women

    Different kinds of STD symptoms have diverse ways of manifesting in the two different human genders. While men feel it in a particular way, women may feel the same symptoms in different ways due to the difference in body metabolism. According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 20 million cases of STDs are being diagnosed in America yearly and this cuts across both the male and female gender. Be that as it may, both genders can manage their... → Continue reading
  6. The Most Common Chlamydia Symptoms

    Chlamydia is not just one the world’s most known STD, it can be deadly too. This infection is caused by the bacteria Chlamydia Trachomatis and many sexually active adults are said to have been infected with the disease at one time or the other. The surprising and most intriguing feature about Chlamydia is its ability to mislead the person it infects because of its relatable symptoms which are quite similar to many other kinds of diseases. For many, Chlamydia... → Continue reading
  7. Early STD Testing Helps Prevent Proctisis

    Various health changes in the body come with a great deal of discomfort given that the human system is built to work in a particular way which once changed, all sorts of problems set in. Once this natural course of body system is altered, immediate changes and inconveniences arise automatically which would necessitate medical remedies to return the body to its normal state. For instance, inflammation of the inner rectum could become a consequence when a person is infected... → Continue reading
  8. Which STDs are Curable and Which are Not?

    Many persons in the world today have been diagnosed with one STD or the other at some particular time in their lives while some have even become regular victims of such situations because of their consistent exposure to habits that can transmit STDs. The fear of being infected with STD has, however, become very low as a result of the improvements in medical sciences and research. As a matter of fact, almost every known disease or medical condition can... → Continue reading
  9. All You Need to Know About Genital Warts

    Diseases that are transmitted sexually come with a great deal of discomfort since the normal course of nature becomes altered, given the circumstance. Genital warts form part of the common sexually transmitted diseases which appear as soft growths around the genitals of the infected person. Genital warts are occasioned by some types of HPV (Human Papillomaviruses) strains which are usually followed by many symptoms that include itching, pain, and general body discomfort, among others that would be considered below... → Continue reading
  10. Important HIV/AIDS Recommendations for the Infected and Uninfected

    While the world at large battles with the numerous challenges of the dreaded HIV, many have tried in their own respective capacities to recommend various tactics on the subject of combating the virus. Some have advised on how people could live without ever contracting the disease while others have proposed other methods that could be helpful while living a healthy life even after being infected. In all, these HIV recommendations have helped many to view the disease differently from... → Continue reading

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