STD symptoms

  1. Do I have the flu or a STD? 11 Signs You Need to get Tested Immediately

    Do I have the flu or a STD? 11 Signs You Need to get Tested Immediately
    When we start experiencing some sort of bodily discomfort, we generally chalk it up to the cold and flu. There are numerous flu-like symptoms that are more related to the sexually transmitted diseases that basically cover themselves up as some of the commonly occurring body ailments. Are you sexually active, and as a result, you are experiencing some uncommon symptoms and bodily discomfort which looks like flu? You should get yourself checked immediately as the symptoms you are experiencing... →Continue reading
  2. Skin Rash and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    Skin Rash and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
    An STD is a disease that spread mainly by sexual contact. A partner with STD may transmit the diseases, causing an organism to the other partner during vaginal, oral or anal sex. STDs are the most commonly spread complicated diseases in the world to catch as you have to be up close and personal to transmit them. What makes these STDs common? The prime reason is mainly that people do not really know how to prevent, treat, and avoid... →Continue reading
  3. 7 Types of STDs - A Summary

    What are sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)? The term sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also known as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), consists of a vast array of infections that are transmitted and acquired typically through sexual and other casual activities. There are several pathogens directly linked with STDs such as fungi, bacteria, viruses, and parasites. It is important to know the various types of sexually transmitted diseases. Some of them are: Chlamydia This is one of the most common sexually transmitted... →Continue reading
  4. 3 Common STD's in Women

    Sexually transmitted infection is very common among people who practice sexual behaviors with different partners. For women, organisms that cause such infections are transferred through vaginal, anal and oral contacts. Even casual contacts like kissing and oral sex can lead to sexually transmitted infections as well as using sex toys and vibrators. For these reasons, the most common sexually transmitted infections among women are as follows: Gonorrhea Gonorrhea - Neisseria gonorrhoeae is the cause of gonorrhea infection. This bacterium... →Continue reading
  5. What is STD?

    A Little STD History The apparent occurrence of Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) is growing very fast not only in developing countries but also in the so-called first world countries. It is however regarded as a main hazard to human health which can cause serious worldwide social economic problems and public health disasters. STDs are a series of transmissible diseases categorized as infecteous through sexual activities or indirect contact transmission, like open-sore contact with contaminated blood. However, STDs can affect... →Continue reading
  6. Diverse STD Symptoms in Men

    The uneasy feeling experienced by men due to the presence of STD is what no one wishes for. Like in women, STD in men can manifest in various ways. Some symptoms may be physically seen – like warts, yet others are hidden but equally damaging too. Some of these latter types make it difficult to be certain if one is truly suffering from symptoms of STD. The good thing, however, is that once these symptoms show up, one can easily... →Continue reading
  7. Common STD Symptoms among Women

    The symptoms of STD in women varies since none of the features can be generalized. These differences are implications of the stages and types of infections present at such particular periods. Sexually transmitted disease in women can either be severe, mild or not even visible at all even when truly existent in the said body. Majority of women with the disease either become aware due to the itching, rash, pain or some abnormal discharges from the vagina. The symptoms of... →Continue reading
  8. Not Treating STDs Can Lead To Tubo-Ovarian Abscess

    Tubo-ovarian abscess (TOA) is an inflammatory complication in the fallopian tube arising from a full-blown pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), and sometimes from a hysterectomy complication. The infected ovary and fallopian tube usually have a whitish-yellow substance contained in them and is prevalent in women of reproductive age. The abscess commonly arises from the infection of the upper genital tract with inflamed masses in the ovary, fallopian tube, and sometimes in other adjacent organs in the pelvis. If the abscess... →Continue reading
  9. There is Cure for STD in the Mouth

    Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), also known as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are mostly acquired via sexual intercourse in an unprotected way common among folks of all strata of society. There are different types of sexually transmitted diseases, most of which are contracted through vaginal sex, anal sex, or oral sex. Oral STD is usually not limited to age, class, or gender, or any other factor for that matter. It is no respecter of persons. Most of the time, all... →Continue reading
  10. A Compact List of STD Symptoms

    Whatever your flavor, or the sexual activity that tickle your fancy, be it oral, anal, or vaginal, so long as you indulge in any kind of sexual intercourse, you are susceptible to being infected by a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) if care is not taken. The under-listed are some of the symptoms that may come about when infected with an STD. Painful or burning urination This symptom is more common in women than in men. The symptoms cause discomfort... →Continue reading

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